Jane Eyre - Study Guide Chapter XXV Summary & Analysis

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It is now the day before the wedding and Jane is ill at ease because of a strange happening. Jane finds Rochester and tells him of her dream. She is outside on a dark, stormy night walking on a road trying to catch up to Mr. Rochester. In her arms is a crying infant. In a second dream, Jane is walking around the ruins of Thornfield. All that is left is the high, front wall. Again, she carries a child. She hears hoof beats galloping away and somehow knows it is Mr. Rochester leaving on a long journey. She climbs to the top of the wall to see him one last time, but the wall gives way and she falls. Jane wakes and a tall dark-haired woman is in the room. The woman tears up Jane's wedding veil and then Jane passes out. When Rochester...

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