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Jane Eyre: Themes Religion Religion and spirituality are key factors in how characters develop in the novel. Jane matures partly because she learns to follow Christian lessons and resist temptation. Helen Burns introduces Jane to the New Testament, which becomes a moral guidepost for Jane throughout her life. As Jane develops her relationship with God, Mr. Rochester must also reform his pride, learn to pray and become humble. Bronte depicts different forms of religion, Helen trusts in salvation; Eliza Reed becomes a French Catholic nun, and

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