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Need a good thesis statement about the gender protrayal in Jane Eyre. This is what I ahve, but looking for other suggestions:
The patriarchal society of the Victorian Era causes Jane to struggle to become independent and to prove that men and women are both animated by the same heart and soul.

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    That sounds excellent. It gives you a very clear purpose in your essay.

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