On a walk across the moors, Jane meets the beautiful, wealthy Rosamond Oliver. She is clearly in love with St. John, and he with her. However, St. John's icy will presents an obstacle to marriage. He forces himself to subordinate his passions to his religious calling to serve as a missionary. By contrast, Diana and Mary declare it a crime to deny love. Soon, at a visit to Morton church, Jane pushes back memories of her failed wedding. She accepts an offer from St. John to become mistress of a new school for poor girls of the parish. Having decided to stay, Jane's memories come flooding back; after the wedding, Rochester passionately begged her to stay, claiming them to be true soulmates. Jane was unable to deny her equally overpowering love, but remained adamant she would leave. Next morning, she did just that. She crept out of Thornfield at dawn, and got on a coach across the country.moreless
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