Jane Eyre is the masterpiece of Charlotte Bronte, and it's also a lengendary work in the history of British literature. This work has shaped an independent and brave female figure who holds an absolutely positive attitude towards the destiny. The genuine and vivid plots as well as exquisite description have won great affection of a large-scale readers.
Jane Eyre tells a story that the heroine is a poor and weak woman who has lost her parents. She is not beautiful as well. What's worse, the whole society has warned her to give in to the destiny, but Jane Eyre still sticks to her own belief. She believes that even though she is insignificent to others and she is not pretty enough, she still deserves esteem and love.
We could not go for a walk that afternoon. There was such a freezing cold wind, and such heavy rain, that we all stayed indoors. I was glad of it. I never liked long walks, especially in winter. I used to hate coming home when it was almost dark, with ice-cold fingers and toes, feeling miserable because Bessie, the nursemaid, was always scolding me. All the time I knew I was different from my cousins, Eliza, John and Georgiana Reed. They were taller and stronger than me, and they were loved.
Part one—A child at Gateshead
Part Two—A girl at Lowood
Part Three—A governess at Thornfield
Part Four—A woman at Moor House
Part Five—A wife at Ferndean Manor