From the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, Norton Critical 3rd Edition. What do you think about the book as a whole.

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PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTION:

From the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, PLEASE USE ONLY the Norton Critical 3rd Edition. The challenge here is what do you think about the book as a whole.

This essay requires to make an argument about how we are meant to understand Brontë’s novel. In other words, what is the text main point? Here in this part, I would like you to focus on the following factors or ideas of gender issues, religion/faith, education, poverty, mental illness, & love – explain each of the factors and use some quotes from each section.

Again you will need to use Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë – Norton Critical 3rd Edition ONLY. You will need to use at least two of the critical readings from the back of text (Which is part of the “critical analysis” of the Norton 3rd Ed.) to make your argument. You will also need to make use of at least two external sources in your paper.
Please write/type the name of the characters correctly and make sure NO REPETITIVE WRITING on composing this Essay.

From the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, Norton Critical 3rd Edition. What do you think about the book as a whole.

Paper details:

PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTION:

From the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, PLEASE USE ONLY the Norton Critical 3rd Edition. The challenge here is what do you think about the book as a whole.

This essay requires to make an argument about how we are meant to understand Brontë’s novel. In other words, what is the text main point? Here in this part, I would like you to focus on the following factors or ideas of gender issues, religion/faith, education, poverty, mental illness, & love – explain each of the factors and use some quotes from each section.

Again you will need to use Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë – Norton Critical 3rd Edition ONLY. You will need to use at least two of the critical readings from the back of text (Which is part of the “critical analysis” of the Norton 3rd Ed.) to make your argument. You will also need to make use of at least two external sources in your paper.
Please write/type the name of the characters correctly and make sure NO REPETITIVE WRITING on composing this Essay.