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Each location plays a significant role in the development of Jane's perspective on religion. Jane's conversation with the newly met Helen Burns exposes this to the reader. In its first publication, it outraged many for its realistic portrayal of life during that time.
These charity institutions were founded on a basis of religion. Her circumstances are as follows; when both of her parents died within a year of her birth, leaving her into the care of her Aunt, Mrs Reed. The novel begins in Gateshead Hall when Jane must stay away from her aunt and cousins because she does not know how to speak pleasantly to them.
She also had 2 younger sisters: Emily and Ann, born in andrespectively. Jane notes that he is often not home because he is out visiting the sick and the poor as part of his missionary duties.
Jane struggles to acquire true faith in God, which will help her overcome the obstacles of her itinerant life Beyond the explicit descriptions of Quaker-like appearances or behaviors, many parts of Quaker lifestyle are also used in a less obvious manner in Jane Eyre. However even with as many disappointments she faces she still manages to pick herself up and move on and better herself.
However, Jane struggles to accept Helens passive view, as it lacks the understanding that Jane seeks. Throughout the novel, Jane Eyre blends various religious insights which she has learned from different sources. John is concerned.