Critical research about Jane Eyre as a feminist novel

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Introduction:
Toward the start of the nineteenth century, little opportunity existed for women, and in this manner, many of them felt uncomfortable when endeavoring to enter many parts of society. The lack of advanced educational chances for women and their isolation from all fields of work gave them little choice in life: either to become a housewife or a governess. Women of the Victorian Era can be viewed as the first group to fight for the equality of the sexes. Feminism was not explicitly spoken in this time, rather passed through writings and literature, such as this novel. There are plenty of evidences to prove that the tone of Jane Eyre is actually a feminist novel, and Jane also is a feminist figure.

Body:
1- Jane’s character is always seeking for freedom; she believes that she has all the right to be free and to be equal to men.
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2- The novel revealed how strong and independent woman Jane is.
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3- Jane doesn’t accept how Mr. Rochester treats her in which he keeps trying to control her.
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