Last Updated on October 26, 2018, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 284
- Who screamed and woke up Thornfield Hall?
- Why does Jane not believe Mr. Rochester’s story about the servant having a nightmare?
- Why doesn’t Mr. Rochester want to give Jane her full wages before she leaves?
- What caused Mrs. Reed to fall ill?
- How are Georgiana and Eliza different from one another?
- How does Jane feel about Mrs. Reed now?
- What does Mrs. Reed reveal to Jane?
- Why was Mrs. Reed so hard on Jane?
- Why is it significant that Mr. Rochester has bought a carriage?
- What does Jane recommend Mr. Rochester do about Adèle when he is married?
- Mr. Mason was stabbed and bit, causing him to yell out.
- Jane’s room is directly below Mr. Mason’s, and she heard a scuffle and voices that she knows could not have been caused by a nightmare.
- Mr. Rochester says, somewhat jokingly, that Jane will be forced to come back soon because she will need the rest of her money.
- Mrs. Reed had a stroke after hearing of the death of her son, John Reed.
- Georgiana is beautiful, outgoing, and vain, while Eliza is plain, religious, and prefers to remain isolated.
- Jane has forgiven her aunt for all of the terrible things she has done and genuinely wants to reconcile with her before she dies.
- Mrs. Reed reveals that Jane’s uncle John Eyre asked to adopt Jane three years ago, and she told him Jane died at Lowood.
- Mrs. Reed reveals that she was always bothered by the favoritism her husband showed Jane.
- Mr. Rochester’s purchase of a carriage signals his intent to marry soon.
- Jane tells Mr. Rochester that Adèle should be sent away to school.
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