Red Room In Jane Eyre

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In Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, the red room is described in a way that made it seem like this was Jane’s rebirth, a womb, as well as the sign that Jane must alter her personality to leave the room and endure the pain of her biased aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Reed had both contributed to Jane ending up in the red room; while Mrs. Reed was the one who put Jane in the room, “Mr. Reed had been dead nine years: it was in this chamber he breathed his last.” Since Jane require both Mr. and Mrs. Reed to be forced into the room, this is similar to a child needing both a mother and a father to be born. Furthermore, the womb is where you start your life as pure and innocent, this represents how Jane must change who she is to be accepted in the family and “survive”
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