Examples Of Conscience In Jane Eyre

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Her conscience was telling her to marry Rochester and join him in going to France, but her passion told her that she would just feel like his mistress; which with Jane wanting to find independence, would not be good for her. In the end, Jane’s conscience won over her passion, as she eventually reunited with Rochester and the two ended tying the knot and starting a family.
Towards the end of the second section of the novel, it is Jane and Rochester’s wedding day. During the wedding ceremony, when the priest ask if anyone has any objections, a stranger, who Jane saw prior to ceremony, stood up and stated that there was an “impediment” to the marriage. Rochester insisted that the ceremony proceed, but the stranger, who introduced himself as
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