Jane Eyre Essay | Jane Eyre: Leaving Rochester

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Jane Eyre: Leaving Rochester

Summary: Essay examines if Jane Eyre make the correct choice in leaving Rochester the first time.
Jane had a very comfortable life while she was living with Mr. Rochester. She had money and someone who cared for her. She had all of these desirable things that make a near perfect life, which she could have never dreamed of in her past. She even had the love of another human being, Mr. Rochester, which is something all people need to survive. But she ends up leaving anyway. Why would anybody want to leave this apparently utopian life?

One reason of why she leaves her life with Mr. Rochester behind is that she loses faith in the man she was going to marry, the one person she thought she could trust. Obviously, when two people get married an essential part of their relationship is trust. It cannot exist without this factor. When Jane found out Mr. Rochester hid the truth from her she realized...

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