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									Fate of the women from "Jane ? love" to see the knowledge to change the
fate of women

 knowledge of women to change the fate of

 Bstract
JaneEyreisanexcellentautobiographicalworks.TheheroineJanehadnotbeautifula
ppearanceorasupple, gracefulcarriage,
butshestillattractedusdeeplylikethebeautiesofotherworks;
Janewasbornintoanimpoverishedfamilyandbecameanorphan,
andthenshewassenttoLowoodInstitution, livinghard, butfinally,
shebecameaversatileMiss,
havingextraordinarytemperamentandgettingMr.Rochester
'sdeeplove.HowcouldcommonJanebecomeanuncommonfemale? Oneofthereasonsis:
Janelovedreadingandlearningandeagerlysoughtknowledgefromthem,
finallysheobtainedthemomentumofsurvival,
growthandstrugglingforhappinessandfreedom.
Thefemalestodaygooutofhome,
competingwithmalestodisplaytheirwonderfullife,
andshowingthecompleteandtrueego.Sothefemalestodayneedmoreknowledgetoimpro
veandenrichego.Thispaperwillexplainthatknowledgeisveryimportanttofemales,
especiallytothefemalestoday.ItwilldealwiththeeffectsofknowledgeonJane,
andthenmakefurtheranalysisonthesignificancewhichknowledgebringstothefemal
estoday.
KeyWords
Knowledge; FemalesFate; JaneEyre

 summary of
 "Jane ? Love" is an excellent autobiography. Johnson heroine, Jane is
not a good face, graceful posture, and other writings but, like beauty,
fascinated us; Jane was born poor is a poor orphan, and later was sent to
boarding school, who had hard life, but eventually she became an
accomplished woman, with extraordinary qualities, and be loved Mr.
Rochester. Jane is extraordinary how extraordinary to become a woman? One
reason is: Jane reading and learning from her desire to get knowledge and
learn to survive, grow and strive for happiness, the power of freedom.
 woman out of the house today, and men Competition wonderful of life, to
show the world a full and true self, today they need more knowledge to
enhance and enrich themselves. This will be the impact of knowledge about
simple life, shows knowledge of the women, in particular the importance
of today's women, and further analysis of knowledge to the benefits of
today's women.

 knowledge of key words;; female destiny; Jane. Love

Introduction
 "Doyouthink, becauseIampoor, obscure, plain, andlittle,
Iamsoullessandheartless? Youthinkwrong! --- Ihaveasmuchsoulasyou , ---
andfillasmuchheart! AndifGodhadgiftedmewithsomebeautyandmuchwealth,
Ishouldhavemadeitashardforyoutoleaveme, asitisnowformetoleaveyou ...
andwestoodatGod'sfeet, equal, --- asweare!
"Whenyoureadthisparagraphofclassicaldialogue, youwillthinkof"
theCinderella-Jane
"whoistheleadingcharacterinthenovelJaneEyreofCharlotteBronte.JaneEyrehasa
lreadycomeoutforoneandahalfcentury.Butuptonow,
readersstillremembertheworks, becauseitsheroineJaneisdistinctive ---
Shehasnormalappearanceandunfortunateexperiences,
buthasinternaltemperamentandhappymarriage.Whycouldtheunfortunateheroine '
slifechange? Thispaperwillanalyzethereason ---
KnowledgechangesJane'sdestiny.
Andthencantheknowledgechangethefateoffemalestoday?
Theansweriscertain.Knowledgecanmakehomelyfemalesbecomegood-looking,
andmakebeautybecomemorebeautiful;
Knowledgecanbringthecapitalofmodernfemalestothefemalestoday;
Knowledgecanmakewomenmentallyhealthy;
Knowledgecanchangefemales'futureandmakethemwintheworld.



I.TheBriefIntroductionoftheNovelandItsAuthor
. IntroductionoftheNovel
JaneEyreisa this paper from www.5udoc.com [worry documentation] to
collect and organize, for the original author!
nimportantworksinthehistoryofBritishliterature.JaneEyreissuchagreatnovelt
hatitholdsanimportantpositioninthehistoryofBritishliterature.Ithasbeentra
nslatedintovariouslanguagesandadaptedformovie,
dazzlinggenerationsofreadersallthroughtheworld.
TheperiodwhenJane (theheroineinthenovelJaneEyre)
livedroughlycorrespondswiththetimeofqueenVictoria'sruling.
VictoriawhoruledovertheBritishEmpireforover60yearswasawellknownqueeninEng
lishhistory.Shemountedthethronein1837whenBritishliteraturereachedaprosper
ousperiod.Inthe1940s,
Britishliteraturereacheditspeak.Therealistswereoneofthemaingroupsatthatti
me, andtheauthorofJaneEyrebelongedtothisgroup.
ThisnovelbeginswithlittleJaneasadespisedorphaninthehouseofheruncle'swidow
. Beingrebellious, sheispackedofftoacharitableboardingschool,
whichadministersharshdisciplinewithespecialvigor.Janesetsherselftolearn,
qualifiesherselfasateacher, advertisesforapost,
andisemployedasgovernessoftheillegitimateFrenchdaughterofRochesterinhisco
untrymansion,
Thornfield.AloverelationshipdevelopsbetweenJaneandRochester.Jane
'sresolutefreespirit, hersouloffire,
bringsfromthedominantRochesteraproposalofmarriage.Butattheverymoment,
theweddingceremonywasinterrupted,
forRochesterisdiscoveredtohaveamadwifewhoishiddeninthathouse.Janedoesn'
twanttobeRochester'smistressandsubsequentlyleavesThornfield,
wanderingfaraway.SheisrescuedbytheRiversfamilyandurgedtomarryJohnRiversin
ordertoundertakemissionaryworkathisside.Almostsheconsents,
butassheponders, Rochester'svoicecryinghernameresoundsinherears.
ThenJanegainsalargeamountofinheritancefromherunclewhomshehasneverknownbef
ore.ShereturnstoThornfield,
butthemansionhasbeendestroyedbyafirestartedbythemadwife.Inascheduledcount
ryhousenearby, shefindsRochester, blindandalone;
theymarryandfindhappinesstogether.
. IntroductionoftheAuthor
 harlotteBrontewasborninaPriest'sfamilyinYorkshirein1816.
Shehadtwoeldersisters,
twoyoungersistersandoneyoungerbrother.Hermotherdiedwhenshewasfiveyearsold
, leavingsixchildren.Fortunately, herfatherwasanintellect,
soheoftentaughthischildrentoreadbooksandmagazinesandtoldstoriestothem.Iti
nfluencedCharlotteindevelopingherinterestinliterature.Whenshewasveryyoung
, shewassenttoaboardingschoolwithherthreesisters.In1825,
hertwoeldersistersdiedofinfectiousdiseaseinthatschool.Then,
heryoungersisterEmilyandshewereforcedtogobackhomeandcompileajournalnamed
"Youth",
whichlaidasolidfoundationfortheirlatercreationofliterature.Whenshewas15,
shewenttoanotherschooltostudy . Andinordertosupportherfamily,
shebecameateacherinthisschool this paper from www.5udoc.com [worry
documentation] to collect and organize, for the original author!
afterhergraduation.Aftersheleftthisschool,
shewenttoarichfamilytobeatutorfortwice,
duringwhichshedeclinedtomenwhowantedtomarryher.InordertoteachFrench,
CharlotteandEmilywenttoaFrenchschooltolearnFrench.Inthatschool,
CharlottefellinlovewithherFrenchteacherdeeply, yetshedidn'ttellhim.
In1847, underthenameofCurrerBell,
shepublishedherfirstnovelJaneEyrewhichwasagreatshockatthattimeandmadehers
uccessful.Hertwoyoungersistersalsopublishedtheirnovelsandsucceededatthatt
ime.ThegreatsuccessoftheBrontesistersbroughtgreathappinesstotheirfamily.B
utinthefollowingyears, Charlottesufferedfromgreatsorrow:
heryoungerbrotherandtwoyoungersistersdiedonebyoneintwoyears.Butshepersist
edinwritingandpublishedanotherthreefictions.Shegotmarriedwithapriestwhens
hewas38yearsold.Aftersheenjoyedhappinessforsixmonths,
shediedinthenextyear.
% D % AII.TheInfluenceofKnowledgeuponJaneinHerDifferent
PeriodsofLife
. TheEarlyChildhoodLifeofJane
WhenlittleJaneasadespisedorphanlivedinthehouseofAuntReedwhoisheruncle'swi
dow,
shewasabusedverymuch.Butwhycouldshelivedownbravelyandkeepmentallyhealthy?
Thatisbecauseshecouldgetconciliationfromtheknowledgeofbooks.
 uringtheperiodwhenJanelivedwithherAuntReed, shehadnotagood-
lookingandnoonelovedher,
herlifewasevenworsethantheservantsofAuntReed.WhenAuntReed 'schildrenEhza,
John, andGeorgianawereclusteredroundtheirmamainthedrawing-room,
Janehaddispensedfromjoiningthegroup.JohnReedcalledJane "MadamMope!
Badanimal!", andbulliedandpunishedJane --- nottwoorthreetimesintheweek,
noronceortwiceintheday, butcontinually.Atthattime,
shehadnoappealwhateveragainstthose.Finally,
JanehadturnedagainstJohntoaverthisirrationalviolence,
sothatshewasloadedwithgeneralopprobriumandlockedinthered-
room.Shewasfrightenedbadly, andthenlostherconsciousness.
Speakinggenerally,
agoodfamilyenvironmentisveryimportanttothegrowthandthefutureofachild.Fore
xample, mostofyoungcriminalstodayarelivinginsuchkindofbrokenfamilies;
muchlessonechildcanundergoafamilysituationlikeJane's.
Sowecansaythatonebadfamilyenvironmentwillproduceanunhealthychildeasily,
butJaneliveddownstronglyandhadsohealthymentality. Why?
Becauseofbooks'knowledge, whenshereadbooks, shewouldbeunderstood,
becomfortedandbetoldbybookstherewasabeautifulworldandshewouldbegivensurvi
valhopeness.SowhenAuntReedkeptheratadistance, shedidnotcry,
butslippedintoasmallbreakfast-roanwhichcontainedabookcasetoreadbook ---
Bewick'sHistoryofBritishBirds. Atthattime,
shewasdeeplyattractedbythebook'spicturesandstories,
forgettingtheinjustice.Thenextdayoftheincident this paper come from
www.5udoc.com [worry document] collection and sorting, to thank the
original author! ofthered-room,
Janefeltphysicallyweakandinexpressiblysad,
whichmadeheralmostloseanyinteresttowardsanything.ButwhenBessie,
aservantinGateshead, askedJaneifshewouldhaveabook, theword "book"
actedasatransientstimulus,
andshebeggedBessietofetchGulliver'sTravelsfromthelibrary.
. TheEducationalLifeofJane
 eingrebellious, JanewaspackedofftoLowoodInstitution,
whichwasacharitableboardingschool.Shesufferedthemolestationofthespiritand
bodycontinuously, butbecauseshehadthemotionofstudying,
shegrewupbravelyandbecameawomanwhohadgoodaccomplishment.
LowoodInstitutionpracticedonekindofruthlesseducationwhichdeclared
"punishbodytorescuesoul ".
Janecouldnoteatfullyandwearwarmly.Additionally, Mr.Brocklehust
(theheadmasterofLowoodInstitution) accusedherfalsely:"
TheEvilonehadalreadyfoundaservant, shewasareallybadchild. "Atthattime,
herheartboresomuchweightthatshewasalmostcrumbled.Fortunately,
shemetMissTemplewhoisherteacher,
announcedthatJane'simputationhadbeencompletelycleared,
Janewasrelievedfromagrievousload, shesettoworkafreshfromthathour,
resolvedtopioneerherwaythrougheverydifficulty:" Itoiledhard,
andmysuccesswasproportionatetomyefforts; mymemory, notnaturallytenacious,
improvedwithpractice, exercisesharpenedmywits .
"Sothemotivationandconvictionthatshewantedtolearnmoreknowledgetheretoimpr
oveegomadehersurvivethereforalongperiodoftimeandbecameanobleandintelligen
twoman.Andthenherqualifyhadmadeupherhomely-looking.
 ftereightyearsinLowoodInstitution,
Janewastiredoftheroutine.Shedesiredtohavealookattheoutsideworldandseewith
herowneyesthepersons,
pictureswhichinthebooksshehadread.Sosheadvertisedforapost,
thiswasthebeginningofhernewandinterestinglife.Allthesearecausedbytheknowl
edgeofreading.
. TheLoveofJane
Later,
JanewasemployedasgovernessoftheillegitimateFrenchdaughterofRochesterinhis
countrymansion,
Thornfield.Sheworkedveryhardhereandgraduallyattractedtheattentionofthewis
eandrichRochester.HowcouldshecatchRochestersodeeply?
Itwasnotherprettyappearanceorgoodshapebutextraordinarytemperament,
brilliantmind,
especiallynoblenatureandunsulliedcharacter.Toaconsiderabledegree ,
allofherqualitiescamefromtheaccumulationofeducationandtheconversionofthek
nowledge.
Janehadbeendescribedbyservantslikethis: "Ifshewereanice, prettychild,
onemightcompassionateherforlornness; atanyrate, abeautylikeMissGeorgiana
(sheisoneofAuntReed'sdaughters) wouldbemoremovinginthesamecondition."
Onetime,
JanemetwithRochester.WhenshesaidthatshehadlivedinLowoodSchoolforeightyear
s, Rochestersighed: "Eightyears!
Nowonderyouhaveratherthelookofanotherworld.I this paper from
www.5udoc.com [worry document] collection and sorting, for the original
author! marveledwhereyouhadgotthatsortofface.
"ThesecanexplainthatJanereallyhadnotanexteriortopleaseothers.ButBessiehad
alsodescribedJanelikethat:" Youwerenotbeautyasachild,
Idaresayyouarecleverthough. "Itwasthetruth.Intheeightyears,
Janehadlearnedtoplaypiano, drawpaint, bothreadandspeakFrench,
workonmuslinandcanvas, butthebeautifulMissReedscouldnotdothesewell;
Theseinternalthingsthatshehadlearntmadehernobeautybutdelicatelybeautiful.
RochesteroncetoldJane:" You --- youstrange , youalmostunearthlything! ---
Iloveyouasmyownflesh. You --- poorandobscure, andsmallandplainasyouare --
- Ientreattoacceptmeasahusband.
"Justbecauseoftheknowledgeshehadreadfromthebooks,
shehadanunearthlysoulunderordinaryappearance.
Janegraduallygrewupandthemoreshereadbooks, themoreshehadknowledge,
andbecamemoreandmorecharming.WhensheslippedintothelibraryofThornfield,
seeingthesebooksinbookcase,
shewascontentedtemporarilyandfelttheycouldofferanabundantharvestofenterta
inmentandinformation.WhenshewassavedbyMr.St.Johnandlivedwithhissisters,
shefoundtheyweremoreaccomplishedandreadmorebooks,
soshebegantofollowinthepathofknowledgetheyhadtroddenbeforeheranddevouredt
hebookstheylenther. Onegirllikethis, everyonewouldlikeher, ofcourse,
Rochesterwasnotanexception.Thoughtherewassomethingsuchasrankandwealthseve
ringthemwidely, therewasindeedsomethinginJane'sbloodandnerves,
whichassimilateshermentallytoRochester.Themysteriousthingisspirit,
Jane'sspiritwasimprovingalongwiththeincreaseoftheknowledgeshehadobtainedf
romself-education, soshewouldenjoysimilarspiritualstatewithRochester
.
III.TheGreatSignificanceofknowledgetoFemalesToday
  romJaneEyre,
itcanbefoundthatJane'ssuccesshasthedirectrelationshipwiththeknowledgeshel
earnedfromthebooksandtheknowledgeshegotinLowoodInstitution.
Andwhetherknowledgeisofgreatimportancetofemalestodayornotisworthpondering
.
  . Females'BeautyComingfromKnowledge
HowmanywomenlookasradiantandbeautifulasthehostessesofGonewiththeWind,
PrideandPrejudiceandsoon?
HowmanywomenpossessperfectfigureasgoodasCindyClauf? Infact,
majorityofwomenareordinarylikeJane.Ofcourse,
todaywearedazzledbytheendlessarrayofbeautifulcosmeticsinmodernsociety.Som
anyfemalesusecosmeticstomakeupthedeficiencyoflooks.Butawomanwhoonlyknowst
owearwellanddressupbeautifullyisshallow, andherinternalworldisempty,
andherinsidestorylackssubstance.Thereisanothergroupofwomen.Theyarereallym
orebeautifulthanothers, buttheyareshallow,
havinglittleknowledge.Thesewomenareafraidofbecomingoldeveryday,
becausetheywillhavenothingoncetheylosetheirlooks.Gentlemenwillnot this
paper from www.5udoc . com [worry documentation] to collect and organize,
for the original author! reallylovetheabove-mentionedwomen.Then,
whichkindofwomenwouldthegentlemenprefer? WecangettheanswerfromRochester:
"Towomenwhopleasemeonlybytheirfaces,
IamtheverydevilwhenIfindouttheyhaveneithersoulsnorhearts ---
whentheyopentomeaperspectiveofflames, triviality, andperhapsimbecility,
andill-temper; buttothecleareyeandeloquenttongue, tothesoulmadeoffire,
andthecharacterthatbendsbutdoesnotbreak --- atoncesuppleandstable,
tractableandconsistent --- Iamevertenderandtitle."
Soagentlemanwouldliketocontactwithaladywhohasrichinternal,
gracefultemperament, andaladywhohasreadalotofbooks,
learnmanythingsandgetmuchknowledgewouldpossesspermanenttemperamentandunfa
ilingcharm.

Manybookshavereferredtotheconceptionofbeauty.Andanancientbookdescribedabe
autylikethat: shehasanappearanceasbeautifulasaflower,
avoiceassweetasabird, apostureasgracefulasawillow,
bonesaspureasapieceofjade, skinsasspotlesslyassnow,
andhasaheartasrichaspoems.Sothemostpreciousispoem,
todaywecanregardthepoemasextensivebooks.AndinonemodernbookcalledCompleteW
orksofWoman 'sGlamourandCapital, thewriteroncewrote:
thefemaleswhohaveextensivereadingwillbecomenoblecharacterandambitiousgrad
ually;
theirspeechanddeportmentareverynaturalwithoutanyrudeness.Thesefemalesposs
esspermanentbeautifulness.
. TheCapitalofModernFemalesComingfromKnowledge
Whatarethemodernfemales ?
Modernfemalesrefertoknowledgefemalesandtemperamentfemales.Sincethefemales
todayarelivinginmodernsociety,
theyshouldkeeppacewiththetimesandbemodernfemales.Themodernfemalesshouldha
vethesecharacters: eleganttaste, tolerance, milddisposition, self-
respect, independence, wisdom, healthandhappiness.Andtheabove-
mentionedcharactersarederivedfromknowledge,
theeasiestwayofacquiringknowledgeisextensivereadingorlearning.Thewomenwho
likereadingandlearningconstantlywillstrivetobecomestrongerandwiser.Theyne
verdependonmen,
theyarereallythewomenwhocanconquermenandtheworld.Theycanadjustmentalityto
gethappinesseasily.Theyarenotonlygentleandcultivatedbutalsorigidinprincip
le, theyhavegentlelooksandfirmwill,
theyenthuseabouttheirlifebutneverbowdowntolife.Ifnowyoustillconsiderthatk
nowledgeisnotimportantformodernfemale,
thenpleasereadthefollowingcontrasts.Beforeliberation ,
mostofChinesefemaleshadnotknowledge, howabouttheirmind?
Althoughtheylookedforwardtomarryinggoodmen,
theyhadtocomplywithanoldsystem ---
awomanfollowsherhusbandnomatterwhathislotis.Eveniftheyweremaltreatedbythe
irhusbands, theywouldbeafraidofleavingthemen.Sothreebigmountains
[imperialism, feudalismandbureaucrat-capitalism] weighteddownonthe this
paper from www.5udoc.com [worry documentation] to collect and organize,
for the original author! backsoftheChinesepeopleatthattime;
andtherewasanotherbigmountainonthebacksoftheChinesefemales,
thatistheauthorityofthehusbandoverhiswife.Whilenowmostofmodernfemaleshave
knowledge,
advocatingtheequalrightsbetweenmenandwomen.Theyarenotafraidofdivorcing,
muchlesstheviolenceofhusbands --- theywillleaveatonce,
becausetheybelievetheyneednotother'ssupportforalivelihoodandtheywillfindg
oodmeneverywhere. Thecontrastismind'scontrast,
andthemind'sawakeningiscloselyrelatedtoaccumulationofknowledge.
 llofthefeminismfoundersareknowledgefemales.Modernfemalesarewakingup,
advocatingequalrightsforwomen,
beinginfluencedconsiderablybyfeminism.Reviewingthefoundersoffeminism,
wecanfindeveryfeministisknowledgeable.Forinstance,
SimonedeBeauvoiristheworldfamousFrenchwriteranderuditefemalescholar.Herbo
ok , TheSecondSexiscalledonebookof "themostperfect, themostrational,
andthemostintelligenttodiscusstheproblemsofwomen."
Itcontainsthecontentsofphilosophy, history, literature, biology,
ancientmythologyandculturalcustoms.IfSimonedeBeauvoirhadnotprofoundknowle
dgeandhadanemptyhead, shecouldnotwritethisworkswhichshockedthemen'sworld.
VirginiaWoolfisalsoatypicalknowledgefemale,
shewasoneofthemostgreatnovelistsin20thcentury.Feminismhasadeepinfluenceon
modernfemales,
somodernfemalesshouldlearnfromthefoundersoffeminismtogainrichknowledge.
Themodernfemalesshouldpromotefeminismthroughthepowerofknowledge.Thedevelo
pmenthistoryoffeminismisahistoryofknowledgeincreaseoffemales.Andtheinflue
nceoffeminismbecomeswiderandwiderwiththeincreasingoffemales
'knowledge.Feminismisaresultoftheawakeningoffemales' ideology,
whenfemaleshaveafairknowledgelevelwithmales ,
theireyesareextendedandtheybegintousetheirknowledgetoimprovetheirabilitya
ndpursuerightsforthemselves.Soyoumustreadandlearnextensively,
andimproveallthepartsofyourknowledge.Nowadays,
women'sstatushasbeenimprovedalot,
butsometimestheequalityisinvacuum.Femalesshouldusesharpargumentandgoodwor
kingabilitywhichareallturnedbyrichknowledgetodefendthemselves.Thereisanar
ticleaboutfeminism.Onemantalkedwidely:
"Feminismisonlyarightwhichmalesgivefemales.Itisanunearthlydream."
Onewomanwholikesreadingbooks,
especiallythebooksaboutfeminismopposedthestatement:
"Onemancanhaveideaandambition, whycannotawomanhavethem?
Thereisnodifferencebetweenmenandwomeninessentialaspect.Wehavethesameblood
, thesameflesh, thesamesoul.Sinceancienttimes,
peoplehavehaddifferenttheoriesabouttheoriginofthehumankind.Somethoughtman
wascreatedbyGod,
laterpeoplewereconvincedthatmanwasdescendedfromapes.Nomatterhowmanyversio
nstherewere, thereisalw this paper from www.5udoc.com [worry
documentation] to collect and organize, for the original author!
aysaversion:
Womenaretheribsofmen.Itmeansthatamanandawomancanmakeacompletehumantogethe
r; womenneedtheprotectionofmen, andmenneedthesanctuaryofwomen;
sotheworldwillbeconqueredwhenmenandwomengoforwardhandinhand.
"Whatanexcellentexplanation! Ifshehadlesstalentandknowledge,
shewouldnotutterwell.Ontheotherhand, sincewomenareequalwithmen ,
womenhavethesamerighttoreceiveinfluenceofknowledge.Sofemalesshouldgraspan
dcherishthechance, learnmoreandmore.
. Females'MentalHealthComingfromKnowledge
Knowledgecantidyupfemales'psychology.
Oneperson'spsychologyismoreimportantthanphysiology, thatis,
soulismoreimportantthanbodytoaperson.Justbecauseofthis,
LuXunwouldgiveupbeingadoctorandengageinliterature.Socosmeticscanmakewomen
becomebeautiful,
butonlythedecorationofmentalitycanmakewomentowerabovetheordinary.Itissaid
thatabeautyrelieson30% ofdress-upand70%
ofimmanence.Healthymentalityisbeautifulmentality.Soweshouldputthementalhe
althonthefirstplace.Therearetwoaspectsinmentalhealthwhicharethemostimport
anttothefemalestoday : self-confidenceandindependence.
. Females'Confidence
Itissaidthatknowledgeenrichesthemind,
soonlywhenafemalehasawiderangeofknowledgeandhasrichimmanencecansheownthec
apitalofself-confidence.
Theself-confidentfemalesbelievetheyarebeautiful,
andthenthebeautywillbegivenoutfromtheinsidetotheoutside.Thefemalestodaysh
ouldberational, mature, brightandcapable, andinspirenobletemperament,
elegantposturefromimmanence.Theconfidencefollowsaroundthematanytime.Awoma
nwhohasnotgoodappearancebuthasconfidence, shewouldstillownarosycheek,
brighteyes, afreeandeasymanner, andagenerousbearing,
becauseshebelievesthatthemostpowerfularmofafemaleisnotbeautybutwisdom.Awi
sefemaleisquiteoutoftheordinaryinpowerofdiscrimination,
sheissensibleenoughtomakebestuseoftheadvantagesandbypassthedisadvantages,
sheisnotshort-
sightedtoonlynoticetheweaknessesofappearanceandisnotafflictedwithappearan
cedayandnightsuchas "myfigureisnotperfect", "myeyesaretoosmall",
"thereareblackspotsinmynose".
Andwisewomenusuallywanttoincreasetheirknowledge.Whiletherearesomefemalesw
hoindeedhavesomeweaknessesofappearance (itisonlycommonviews),
butbecausetheyhavespecialskillsorgreatlearning;
theiranymoveandthewaytheytalkalwaysgiveothersthefeelingofbeautyandcomfort
.
Knowledgemakesfemalesbecomeself-
confidentandmodest.Knowledgecanhelpfemalesopeneyesandnoticeother
'smeritssotheywouldnotbecomeself-
willedbutbemodestenoughtolearnfromthoseinalowerpositionandknowknowledgeis
limitless.
  . Females'Independence
Knowledgemakesfemalesownindependentspir this paper from www.5udoc.com
[worry documentation] to collect and organize, for the original author!
itstate,
becauseknowledgeandabilityarethebasicofindependence.Comparingtotheindepen
denceofmaterial, females'independenceofspiritismoreimportant;
becausemenliveinsubstance, butwomenliveinspirit.Thefemales'
spiritualworldisverymysteriousandrich.Theindependenceoffemales'
spiritisanaffirmationtothemselves.Whenafemale
'sspiritualworldisdominatedbyothers, shewillliveinsorrow.
SoVictorHugooncesaid: "Thebooksarethetoolsofremouldingsoul,
humanbeingsneedthenourishmentofenlightening,
andreadingisjustthisnourishment."
. TheChangesofFemales'FateComingfromReading% D %
AKnowledgewillbringpermanentbeauty,
thecapitalofmodernfemalesandmentalhealthtofemalestoday;
Andthemostimportantisthatknowledgecanchangefemales'fate.
Suchasmanyoutstandingfigures.
Rice: Sheiscalledthemostpowerfulwomanintheworld.Inherneighbour 'smemory,
whenRicewasakid, shealwayslikedtoreadandstudyhard.SmisemanwholivedonRice'
sblockinfiftiesofthepast: "Ricealwaysstudiedfirst,
andthenwenttoplay.Atthattime,
weoftenwenttoplaybaseballorothersintheafternoon,
shesometimeswouldnotcomewithus.Whennightdrewon, wecameback,
wewouldalsofindshewasreadingabookintheyard." Rice '
sdiligentstudyingmadehersucceedlater.Now, Ricepossessesahonourabletitleof
"AssistantofStateforSafeAffairsinUSA".
AndsheasablackwasdescribedbymediumofAmericanlikethis:
SheisnotonlyBush'sconsultant,
butalsohisprettyyoungladybosomfriend.WhereverBushgoes,
weoftenseeRice'sfigure.
AndRicewasoncetheRussianAffairs'expertofoldBush'sStateCommissionforSafe.
OldBushhadintroducedhertoBorisYeltsin:
"WhatIknoweverythingofRussiawastoldbyher."
SheisalsothekeypersonofWhiteHouse.CommitteeofForeignAffairsoftheWhiteHous
eisspreadingaview: ThepresidentwouldlistentothesuggestionsofDickCheney,
andpayattentiontotheopinionsofColinPowell,
butalwaysmakealastdecisioninconsultationwithRice.NowRicestillyearnsforkno
wledge,
despiteofhersuccess.AninvestigationshowsthattheAmericanspurchaseabout2 .5
billionbooks,
andpercapitapurchaseis9books.ItisalsosaidthatmostofAmericanadultsdonotrea
dbooks, whileRicehasanelegantname "thenumberonebookwormofWhiteHouse".
WuYi:
apetitewomanbuthasmanliness.Shealsoattachesgreatimportancetoknowledge.OnD
ec.2006, whenshevisitedGuangZhouUniversity, XingHaiConservatoryofmusic,
GuangDongForeignLanguageandForeignTradeUniversityandsoon,
sheaskedforsummarizingtheexperienceofUniversitiescarefullyandmakingcontri
butiontothewholeCountry'sculturalandeducationalcareer; moreover,
sheencouragedUniversitystudentstostudyhardandreadwidely.Justbecauseshehad
paidgreatattentiontoknowledgeandhadwideknowledge, shewastransfe this
paper from www.5udoc . com [worry documentation] to collect and organize,
for the original author! rredtoMinistryofForeignEconomyandTradeasvice-
minister, negotiatingwithCarpenterwhoisaworld-
famousmasterofnegotiationaboutintellectualpropertyrightbetweenChinaandAme
rica.AftermakingfrontalengagementmanytimeswithWuYi,
CarpentergaveWuYiatitleof "ironlady",
whichwasherowntitle.TherearealsomanygoodexamplessuchasGloriaArroyo,
TarjaHalonen.Soifsomeonewantstosucceed,
firstsheshouldacquiremoreknowledge.

 onclusion
WhenJaneEyrewaspublished,
itcausedasensationandtheheroineJanebecamefamousovernight,
evensurpassedtheauthorCharlotteBronte'sfame.
BecauseJanewasdifferentfromtheheroinesofGonewiththeWind,
PrideandPrejudiceandsoon.Janewasonlyanordinarywomanwholivedinthemid-
19thcentury, Shehadanordinaryappearanceandpoorfamily,
shehadhardlifeandexperiences; Butshehaduniquecharacter, noblenature,
wisdomandcharm.Besides,
shewontheloveofMr.Rochesterandgotthehappylife.Allofthesearetheresultofthe
knowledgeshegotfromthebooksandfromLowoodInstitution.
JaneEyrehasalreadycomeoutforoneandahalfcenturybuthasanenduringappealtothe
readerstoday,
becauseJaneinfluencesmanywomendeeplyincludingthefemalestoday,
shehasbecomeagoodexampleofthefemales.Sothefemalestodayshouldlikereadingan
dlearningasJane,
thentheycanhaveachancetogainextensiveknowledgeandsucceedlikeJane.
Infact, knowledgeismoreimportantforfemalestoday.Janewasonlyafemale,
livingthepast.Shehadknowntheimportanceofknowledge.Femalestodayshouldknowt
hatbluecomesfromtheindigoplantbutisbluerthantheplantitself.Sothefemalesto
dayshouldhavemorewidelysphereandmoreprogressivemindthanJane 's,
theyshouldreadmoreandlearnmoretoimprovetheirownknowledgeandchangetheirown
fate.
Inaword, readinghasgreatmeaningforJane, andhasgreaterimmediateandfar-
reachingsignificanceforthefemalestoday.


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