In the same way as the aforementioned celebrities, Jane develops into a strong and confidant woman who ends up falling in love with Mr. Jane is initially lonely and Rochester asks Jane a question, she answers, “I should be obliged to take time, sir, before I could give you an answer worthy of your acceptance” (127).
This good example of Jane’s hesitance highlights the time she takes to analyze every word she responds with to avoid feeling foolish, something that changes through the story.
She is not really needed by anyone and is very afraid not to belong to a place but be true to her principles and sense of dignity.
Jane is searching for justice and only her faith helps her to overcome all the obstacles in her life. Reed, then from Lowood School, then from Rochester not agreeing to be his mistress and not his wife and frees herself from marrying her cousin.
After the epidemic the headmaster changes and the living conditions change for better too.
Jane not only successfully finishes school but even stays for two more years to teach there.
This is how one part of Jane dies and another period of her life beings.
Discuss what type of humiliations Jane Eyre had to go through while at Lowood School?
But at the same time her death becomes the symbol of the changes in Janes life.
As Helen accepts everything in her strange religious acceptance she tries to deny everything physical, including her body and the pain caused by school abuse.