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Comparing Jane Eyre And Rochester In A Streetcar Named Desire

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Mrs. Fairfax believes that Rochester will marry Blanche Ingram. Blanche’s family believes they are a great match, with equal social status. Rochester may not have the same plan, as social status is not what he is looking for. Jane is not happy with herself, because she fell in love with a man out of her social reach. Both Jane and Blanche Ingram have positive and negative qualities. Rochester prefers one woman based on those positive qualities.

Rochester is a man of high social status. This makes him very appealing to women. He is not very attractive and does not even have the best personality. Rochester has a stern mannerism. However, due to his status, women such as Jane and Blanche want him.

Rochester is not looking for a wife with social status. He finds Jane to be both loving and kind. Jane is honest, intelligent, and genuine. Jane is a plain
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She thinks Rochester wants Blanche Ingram. After all, he flirts with her to make Jane jealous. Rochester is much wealthier than Jane. 
He also has a much higher status than her. Therefore, she believes he could have any rich and pretty girl, such as Blanche Ingram. Rochester does not want Blanche. However, Jane sees her beautiful black curly hair and her gorgeous black eyes. Jane thinks of Blanche as both beautiful and accomplished competition. Jane believes that Rochester would never love her for who she is.

Even though Mrs. Fairfax believes that Rochester will marry Blanche Ingram, Blanche is not the woman of his choice. Blanche’s family believes they are a great match, due to their equal social status. However, Rochester does not have the same plan in mind. Jane is not happy with herself, because she fell in love with a man out of her social reach, but Rochester is not concerned with social status. Both Jane and Blanche Ingram have positive and negative qualities. Rochester prefers Jane based on all of her positive
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