Morality religion and social class were all obstacles because Rochester didnt

Morality religion and social class were all obstacles

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Morality, religion and social class were all obstacles because Rochester didn’t think there was anything wrong with marrying Jane even though he already had Bertha as a mistress (immoral) whereas Jane thought it to be very wrong(moral), Rochester is not very religious and therefore is therefore not moral whereas Jane is religious, Rochester is an aristocrat with a historically respected name whereas Jane is an orphan who is poor and a governess (social class)Upon returning to Mr. Rochester at the end of the book, Bertha is dead so Rochester and Jane may remarry (same morals), Rochester is more religious and feels that God has saved him (religious like Jane), and Jane is now a rich independent woman so Rochester and Jane are equal in their social status as well which allows them to reunite and ultimately get married when these resolutions are reachedThey connect after Rochester has been humbled due to their virtuous and spiritual nature of their relationship 2.How is Jane Eyrea Bildungsroman novel? 3.

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