Last Updated on June 7, 2022, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 284
- Where is the position that Mr. Rochester has found Jane?
- Why does Jane initially reject Mr. Rochester's proposal?
- What happens to the tree that Mr. Rochester proposed under?
- Why is Mrs. Fairfax treating Jane coldly?
- What about Mr. Rochester's behavior after their engagement makes Jane nervous?
- What did Jane dream about?
- How does Jane know that the strange woman in her room was real?
- How does Mr. Rochester explain the woman in Jane's room?
- When does Mr. Rochester promise to explain his decision to keep Grace Poole at Thornfield?
- Why does Jane write to her uncle?
- He claims to have found her a governess position at Bitternut Lodge in Ireland.
- Jane initially rejects Mr. Rochester because she believes he is only teasing her.
- During the night, the tree is struck by lightning and split in two.
- Mrs. Fairfax saw Jane and Mr. Rochester kissing and embracing but did not realize that they were engaged.
- Mr. Rochester insists on bringing Jane fine jewels and expensive dresses, both of which make her very uncomfortable.
- Jane dreams that she is holding an infant while watching Mr. Rochester travel away from her.
- Jane knows that a woman really came into her room because her veil is still ripped on the floor in the morning.
- Mr. Rochester says that the woman must have been Grace Poole and that Jane, being half asleep, must not have recognized her.
- Mr. Rochester vows to explain his decision regarding Grace Poole after he and Jane have been married for one year and one day.
- Jane writes to her uncle in the hope of securing a small inheritance, which she thinks might make her feel more equal to Mr. Rochester.