After surviving the cruel regime of a harsh charity school, orphan Jane Eyre takes a job as a governess at Thornfield Hall. Here, she finds herself increasingly attracted to her enigmatic master, Mr. Rochester. But Jane's peaceful existence is shattered when strange events in the night threaten danger.
Jane's open defiance of her unjust and tyrannical aunt has led to her dismissal from Gateshead Hall.
On her deathbed, Aunt Reed reveals important information about Jane's family which she has hidden for years. Returning to Thornfield, Jane expects Rochester to wed Blanche Ingram and is shocked by an altogether different marriage proposal. Just as Jane's dreams are about to come true, she discovers a terrible secret from the past that could destroy everything.
A heartbroken Jane wanders the moors, starving and penniless. She is taken in by the clergyman St John Rivers, and begins a new life with his family. St John makes Jane a tempting offer that will fulfil her lifelong ambition to travel, but can she put the past behind her and leave Rochester forever?
At last life is looking rosy for Jane – apart from the nagging ache of losing Rochester. St John proposes, but Jane cannot accept.Then one day, she hears Rochester’s voice calling out to her.
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