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Jane Eyre

            Jane Eyre, an orphan girl raised by her aunt, Sarah Reed was considered as an outsider in her family. Her aunt made it obvious to everyone that she was the child of the devil, but could there be more to her life then what it was? At the age of ten, Jane was taken away from Gateshed and sent to Lowood School, a charity institution for orphan girls. There she made one friend named Helen and shortly after Helen died of a typhus epidemic. Jane remained at the Lowood school and quickly becomes a star student and, and after six years of hard work, an effective teacher. After two years of teaching at Lowood, Jane is ready for new challenges. She places an advertisement for a governess position in the local newspaper and she only receives on reply, from a Mrs. Fairfax of Thornfield, who seeks a governess for a ten year old girl named Adele. Jane quickly accepted the job. While there she meets the owner of Thornfield, Mr. Rochester. From then on the story starts to get very interesting. In the next couple of paragraphs, I will explain to you what goes on between Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester.
             Mr. Rochester in the story is explained as "his figure was enveloped in a riding cloak , fur collared, and steel clasped; its details were not apparent, but I traced the general points of middle height, and considerable breadth of chest. He had a dark face, with stern features and a heavy brow; his eyes and gathered eyebrows looked ireful and thwarted just now; he had past youth, but had not reached middle age; perhaps he might have been thirty-five."(547) Mr. Rochester was a dark-haired, moody man in his late thirties. In the story Mr. Rochester is very taciturn, and says very little to Jane upon the first meeting. As they grew to know and be around one another, they had grown to be fond of each other and they enjoyed on another's company. .
             In the beginning, Jane had somewhat feelings for Mr. Rochester, but she never would have thought that he would have gave her a chance so she kept her feelings all bottled up.

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