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What were some examples of Victorian ideals in Jane Eyre?Specifically through Bronte's...
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My answer would be as follows:
The Victorian era (from a literary point of view) is truly enthralling since it presents an infinite repertoire of different forms and topics. Nonetheless, and despite this many-sided character, I will try to set forth a possible interpretation of this era. The Victorian literature can be characterized by a strong insistence on:
- domestic happiness
- religious observance (this list in incomplete)
We can assert that Jane Eyre is a Bildungsroman, belongs to the Victorian era but also to the Romantic era.
That's why I think that Jane Eyre is many-faceted.
I hope it will be helpful.
Posted by farthingale on March 28, 2012 at 5:33 AM (Answer #1)
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