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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte In this essay I am going to analyse the book 'Jane Eyre' by Charlotte Bronte. Jane is an orphaned child sent to live with her aunt and uncle. Her uncle was her last remaining blood relative and, because he died, she's been seriously neglected. She's treated as a slave and can be bullied by her cousins. She had been locked in an area where her uncle perished in and thought that she saw a ghost of him and fainted. The proprietor of Lowood boarding school arrives to speak to Mrs Reed about her attending the school and Mrs Reed in spite of Jane provides him false information about Jane, telling him that she is a liar. Mr Brocklehurst never forgets what her Aunt said and uses it against her during her school life until it's proven that she is innocent. Jane climbs up to work as a teacher at Lowood and finally marries the wealthy Mr Rochester. I am going to show you a few of the manners Charlotte Bronte uses to establish the character of Jane Eyre. 1 way that Bronte determines the character of Jane Eyre is by making characters who contrast with Jane. One of those characters that we can use as compared to Jane is Master John Reed: "Joan is not here: tell mama she's run out to the rain -- bad animal!" He says when he was looking for Jane in the library. She was there, but was concealing from him behind the curtains reading because she only wanted to be left alone in peace and quiet to read without being discovered. John Reed is mocking her if he states this, calling her Joan not Jane just to make her angry. He knows she's a brief temper and likes to place it to the test so she will get in trouble. Mrs Reed is given false information which Jane has run out to the rain to make her believe that...