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11.Rochester's disastrous marriage to Bertha was based on passion, while St. John refuses to marry Rosamund because of his passion for her. What is Brontë saying about the role passion should play in marriage?12.Jane asserts her equality to Rochester and St. John. What does Jane mean by equality, and why is it so important to her?13.Brontë populates the novel with many female characters roughly the same age as Jane—Georgiana and Eliza Reed, Helen Burns, Blanche Ingram, Mary and Diana Rivers, and Rosamund Oliver. How do comparisons with these characters
By: Vikas Patelshape the reader's understanding of Jane's character?Each of these characters is used by Bronte to compare to the character of Jane and to strengthen the reader’s understanding of who Jane actually is. Georgiana and Eliza Reed are spoilt and have no real conventions, as they are taught none by Mrs. Reed. Helen on the other hand, carries a pilgrim