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Jane comes to Mr. Rochester's home.
John: Miss Eyre.
Jane: John, what happened ?
John: Shels burned it and set fire to it. It was terrible, Miss Eyre.
She got away from Grace Poor. She climbed up to the roof and stood there shouting. Mr. Rochester tried to reach her but she jumped. She killed herself on the stone over there.
Jane: And Mr. Rochester ?
John: The floor gave away beneath him. He fell through. He is not dead, Miss Eyre, but...
Jane: Where is ha ?
John: At Ferdean with Mrs. Fairfax Miss Eyre. A burning timber fell across his face. He's blind, stone-blind.
Jane hurries to Ferdean to see Mr. Rochester.
Rochester: Who is there ? Mrs. Fairfax, is that you ? Is anyone there ? Very well. There is no one there. Whom did you take it was ? Is anyone there ? Who is you ?
Jane: Yes. Yes.
Rochester: You mock me. lt's you Jane, it's really you. You come to visit me Didn't expect to find me like this VVhat ? Crying ? No need in tears. How long can you stay ?An hour or two. Stay a little while or do you have some fretting husband waiting for you.
Rochester: No husband yet ?That's bad, Jane. You are not pretty you know. You, you can't be choosy.
Jane: No, sir.
Rochester: Still I am surprised you haven 't been asked.
Jane: l did not say that ! have not been asked, sir.sir, any more than I am.
Rochester: Perhaps not. Well, when is this wedding of yours ?l'II bring Adel home from school. .
Jane: Wedding, sir?
Rochester: They would take didn't you say you were getting married ?
Jane: No, sir.
Rochester: And I am sure some fool will find you soon.
Jane: I hope so, sir. Some fool has found me once before. l've come home, Edward, let me stay.