In chapters 18-25 Jane’s interactions began to become more revealed. Once she meets Mr. Rochester’s guests, they show their way of how they feel towards her. In chapter 18, Jane meets the guests of Mr. Rochester as he is away on his tri[ speaking on never to return again. Now that Mr. Rochester had left Thornfield for awhile, his guests was now staying in his home along with Jane, Blanche, Grace Poole, the staff and Mrs. Fairfax.
As chapter 18 begins to reach its rising point, with how Jane feels about the relationship between Mr. Rochester and Blanche Ingram. As she begins to notice how Blanche and Mr. Rochester interact with each other, she starts to express her feelings. She says “I have told you reader, that I had learnt to love Mr. Rochester I could not un love him now, merely because I found that he had ceased to notice me-because I saw all the attention appropriated by a great lady.”(pg 188). As a continuation from page 188, going on to page 189,Jane states her reason as to why she feels that they would get married. She says “this obvious absence of passion in his sentiments towards her, that my ever-torturing pain arose.”(pg 189).
She then says,” I saw he was going to marry her, for her family , perhaps political reasons; because her rank, and connections suited him; I felt he had not given her his love.”(pg 189). The “love” that she sees between Blanche and Mr. Rochester makes her begin to question what could possibly become of the two. Since Jane sees the guests, she suspects that they will be getting married soon.
Coming towards the meeting of Mr. Rochester’s guests Jane mentions her being surprised to the sound of their engagement and did not speak in response to what was being announced. Jane’s admits to forgetting about all of his faults and begins to become more lenient towards Mr. Rochester. Speaking on the guests that...