i just want to ask that y jane is saying these lines as she said before that"she want to be independent as bird's are" but now she's saying that she dont want to be independent as birds are y she is aying this plz tell me
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"I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being with an independent will, which I now exert to leave you."
If you take the entire quote into consideration, you'll see that although she once proclaimed a desire to be as free and independent as a bird..... at this point she's making very clear that she is not a bird within a snare. Her declaration here means that she is in fact an independent human being with choices; free will........ and that she's exerting her independence by leaving.
Makes no sense to me, do birds not have free will?
I am no human; and no government ensnares me; I am a free bird with an independent will.
You could change the 'trap' to anything for anyone really, I've never liked that saying.