Why does St. John propose to Jane in Jane Eyre?
St. John is a stern, severe, rigidly self-disciplined, and religious person with a cold personality, although he is morally good and pure. He wants to marry Jane not because he is in love with her but because he thinks she is a capable worker who can help him with his planned missionary work in India. He tells her that he...
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