The book goes on about their relationship as friends and equals. All the while, mysterious incidents are happening at Thornfield Hall. Mr Rochester then brings a group of friends to Thornfield Hall and Jane has to endure watching the flirtations of Blache Ingraham towards Mr Rochester. All the while, Mr Rochester forcing Jane to not retreat in herself but to have confidence in who she is.
I don't want to give away any spoilers at the end because like I said, it is a mystery. I will tell you that I cried and cheered at the end of the movie.
Jane is right up there in my list of honorable heroins of fiction novels.
If any of you decide to borrow it from the library to watch, call me! I will happily join you on this one. I can watch it a gagillion times!
PS - Stay tuned for my reviews of all the summer films I have seen this summer:
Sense and Sensibility
Wives and Daughters
The Way we Live Now
Anne of Green Gables
Anne of Avonlea
North and South
I know, it's been a great summer for me! I reward myself with these movies when I accomplish things!