When walking from house to house begging for food

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cares about the opinions of others around her. When walking from house to house begging for food from strangers, she has a great deal of loathing for herself. She also admits that if she saw someone in a similar situation to herself, she would treat her the exact same way as the people of the hamlet treat her. The pride that Jane carries with her might influence her as she tells her tale. She may change details in order to seem more pious or more proper. Jane has reached a blissful state in finding the love of her employer Mr. Rochester. Unfortunately he has a wife in a deranged woman who lives in the attic, where she is tended by a strange, jinn drinking servant. Despite the strange circumstances surrounding the marriage, Jane chooses to end her life a Thornfield Manor and flee through the country side. She claims that the reason she leaves her true love is that their marriage would be one that would go against God. Mr. Rochester is already spoken for. The possibility of him as an acceptable husband is slim. He admits he lied to Jane and attempted to become a "polygamist", but he appeals to her sense of reason asking how an insane animal could be his wife. Still she rejects his proposal and leaves, but does
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