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How Are Charlotte Bront(TM)s Attitudes towards Education Presented?
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How Are Charlotte Brontë's Attitudes towards Education Presented?
Jane Eyre is a piece of classic literature written in the genre of "Bilsdungroman" by Charlotte Brontë about a character named Jane Eyre. A piece of work written in "Bilsdungroman" is a dissertation which tracks an individual's development, much like a biography in first person. The novel deals with very controversial matters at the time at which it was published, being available in the mid-19th century, a time at which women did not have equal rights to men. To get her novel published Charlotte Brontë used the pen name "Currer Bell"; in the October of 1847 she got a breakthrough and managed to publish her works to a primarily upper-class-male audience. Through doing this she enabled to enforce her views about the education of children to the people who could make a difference about it. In addition, using the prose style "Bilsdungroman" she could force a lot more emotional intensity through first person text and putting her views across much more efficiently. In effect of writing this novel and publishing, she managed to combat the roles of women in the 19th century. A classic example of maltreatment
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