Mr.Rochester: Now Ms.Eyre, if we are very lucky, we might see some dragonflies. Did I tell you about my travels in the blue mountains of Mongolia? And you can tell me of your travels in the black and gloomy forest of your childhood memories.
Jane Eyre: Thank you for your great kindness. I'm strangely glad to get back again to you and... wherever you are is my home. Is my true home.
Jane Eyre: Do you think that I am a machine? That I can bear it? Do you think, because I'm poor, plain, obscure and little, that I have no heart? That I am without soul? I have as much heart as you, and as much soul. And if God had given me some beauty and wealth, I would make it as hard for you to leave me as it is now for me to leave you.
Mr.Rochester: We've been good friends, haven't we Jane? It's difficult to part from a friend and know you will never meet them again. And you know, it's like we were a pair of Eshton's twins. Bound together in some unworldly way, sharing a spirit or something like. When we are parted... when you leave me, I believe that bond will snap. And I will bleed inwardly. But you'll forget me after a while.
Jane Eyre: I would never forget you. How can you imagine that? What do you think I am? I wish I had never been born, I wish I had never come here. I wish I'd never come to love Thornfield. I love Thornfield. I love it because I have lived a full life. I have not been trampled on. I have been treated as an equal. You have treated me as an equal. You are the best person I know, and I cannot bare the thought of having to leave you.
Mr.Rochester: Must you leave me, Jane?
Jane Eyre: Of course I must, because you have a wife!
Mr.Rochester: What do you mean?
Jane Eyre: Blanche Ingram, of course. You're as good as married to her. You promised her...
Mr.Rochester: I have not promised Blanche anything.