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ane is told by Bessie that her Aunt Mrs Reed is on the verge of dying and requesting Jane to come to the unloved Gateshead Hall. On her dying bed, Mrs Reed informs her of a secret that Jane, contrary to her believe, has one uncle who wanted to take care of her. But Mrs Reed's cruelty in keeping this information to herself all these years left Jane in the cold Lowood School as a child. Despite her aunt's cruelty and believe Jane forgives her and returns to Thornfield. On her return to Thornfield Hall, which she has become to love as a home, she hears of the rumours that Rochester is to marry Blanche Ingram. Rochester presses and teases Jane in telling her that she has to leave Thornfield eventually due to the upcoming marriage. Finally, Jane tells Rochester of her feelings which, as she learns, are shared by Rochester as well. He proposes to Jane and is accepted. Two days before the marriage Jane wakes from a nightmare and sees the shadow of a woman in her room. Rochester tries to convince Jane that the woman was also part of her dream, but Jane's ruined wedding dress contradicts the idea. On the wedding day, Jane learns of Rochester's past. He is already married, his mad wife Bertha lives in the North Tower of Thornfield Hall and Jane leaves Thornfield.

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