her new thoughts. In all Jane Eyres life, the pursuit of true love is an important representation of her struggle for self-realization. When Jane Eyre falls in love with Rochester, she is not afraid to express her love to him, even when she is only a poor tutor while he is a man of high class. It is because she believes everyone is equal and everyone deserves to pursue their own happiness that it makes her so fearless in love. Her belief in love indicates that she is a strong and independent womanof her own, not a living toy for men to play in their hands. Jane Eyre is also no other ordinary superficial woman. She is well-educated so she is noted that Beauty is but skin deep, which is why she confesses her love to Rochester in the first
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