The Typical Idea of Love Versus the Idea of a Romantic Love Presented in the Books Written by Charlotte Bronte
And now, a very small woman stood before Smith, clutching one of Bell’s letters in her hand. She was Currer Bell, she told him. She was the author of Jane Eyre.
It is very unclear how Jane would have ended up where she is now if she never met all of these very important people. Bronte looks at the concept of love in a different light while writing this novel and she was sure to make it clear that love is never easy.
Hence, historic context identifies the genres with regard to origins and natures of love with regard to various political and economic factors existing throughout of time. Seconds, cultural stereotypes enclosed in genre forms under consideration highlight the epochs and periods of appearance of artistic movements. Finally, social context is predetermined by social mobility and moral codes existed in this or that society. In general artistic identities have a great impact on representation of love in all genres under consideration providing different stylistic devices and public perceptions.
It defies boundaries by appearing across all genres, age groups, and periods in history. And like in real life, the presence of love can make a story acutely heartfelt and memorable, regardless of the outcome.
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