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Jane Eyre Essay (how unfairly Jane Eyre, as a woman, is being treated)


jeffadams1206 2 / 1  
Jun 7, 2010   #1
I need to write an essay about Jane Eyre and how unfairly Jane Eyre, as a woman, is being treated. This is what I had originally, but my teacher told me it needed work.

Although most men do not realize it is happening, women are not being treated fairly in comparison to men. This has improved in recent years, but is still clearly evident in today's society. Women's decisions have been controlled by people, usually men, because of their misguided sense of empowerment, whether it is brutal treatment, a marriage with inequality or an obstacle in the woman's quest for freedom. Jane Eyre deals with every one of these conflicts through the eyes of the title character. Through her romantic and family relationships, as well as job positions, Jane confronts the many problems that women today face.

Could I have some help editing it?

Thank you so much!
Nohna 3 / 7  
Jun 7, 2010   #2
Hi Jeff,

Here are some comments that I hope will help you.


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, but it is still clearly evidentclear or evident in today's society.
Women's decisions have been controlled by people, usually men, because of their misguided sense of empowerment, whether it is brutal treatment, a marriage with inequality or an obstacle in the woman's quest for freedomthe structure is not good enough to explain the idea .

Jane confronts the many problems that women today face.

Regards :)
EF_Kevin 8 / 13,321 129  
Jun 10, 2010   #3
Although most men do not realize it is happening,

I think most of us know it is happening.

Men sometimes talk about women, like, you know how a woman can be... I guess women do the same, but most societies clearly have oppressed women... just the fact that America has never had a female president shows how terribly oppressive our society is. It's good that all this is changing.

This paragraph you wrote is not bad... it's clear and admirable, and it shows some familiarity with Jane Eyre. However, it is SO simplistic!! I wonder if you really have read the whole novel. Have you? You can read the sparknotes first to help you understand it, but then really spend time meditating on the novel. Get deep into it.

Then, you will rewrite this paragraph to name some specific kinds of adversity she faced and some modern equivalents of those adversities. Do you know what I mean? Just start reading the sparknotes first, and then as you work through the book you'll really appreciate what is happening because you'll already be familiar with the themes...

Google this
jane eyre sparknotes themes

But don't neglect to read the actual book, too!! :-)
also, BTW you should name the author in this intro paragraph.
Jennymd3 - / 1  
Feb 18, 2013   #4
Term paper on Debatable Scholarly Question related to Jane Erye

Could someone please help me i have a paper due tonight. i need to come up with a debatable scholarly question related to Jane erye.
Kitsumi 4 / 97 16  
Feb 18, 2013   #5
Are you serious? LOL good luck.

Here's a couple of questions for Jane Eyre: What does Bertha represent, the sexual side of Jane or the rebel towards society? Is it exclusive of each other? In what ways might Jane Eyre be considered a feminist novel? What is the significance of nature in Jane Eyre? Other questions can be found here: sparknotes.com/lit/janeeyre/study.html


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