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How was Charlotte Bronte’s depiction of women in Jane Eyre different from other novels?

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In Jane Eyre, the lead is shown as an assertive and independent woman. She protests against the hypocrisy of her elders. It was different from other depictions of women because in the 18th and 19th century, the woman was shown to play a domestic role.


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