Jane Eyre reading

We all know that the core of Jane Eyre is the description of women's independence but, what makes Jane develop such an independent character? Since childhood, Jane Eyre's life has been full of disasters and unfair treatment. Jane Eyre lost her parents when she was young. Instead of being loved by her aunt's family, she was locked up in the red house and suffered from her cousin's beating and scolding. We think it is such a bad experience that makes Jane Eyre's character. In boarding school, Jane Eyre met with Maria Temple and Helen. The strict discipline of the school fostered her character of perseverance, courage and independence. Later, when she went to Thornfield Manor and lived with Mr. Rochester, Jane enjoyed the peace of life and the desire of dissatisfaction with the status quo.