St. John makes Jane a proposition. He has a missionary's job in the Cape, and wants her to go with him - as his wife. Jane is shocked. She knows St. John does not love her, but he is relentless. He argues Jane has relinquished any desire of finding love. In which case, she must use her life to find salvation through God's work. Deeply torn, Jane goes up to the moors, where she hears Rochester's voice calling her name. She knows she must go to him. Jane returns to find Thornfield a blackened ruin. A year earlier, in the middle of the night, Bertha escaped the North Tower and set Thornfield ablaze. Rochester followed her to the roof, but Bertha plunged to her death before he could save her. Jane finds Rochester at Ferndean Manor, blind and still gravely injured. He recognizes Jane instantly, and is overwhelmed by her return to him. But Rochester wants a wife, not a nursemaid.moreless
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