Jane Eyre is a poor orphan that lives with her cruel, wealthy aunt. One
day, after a punishment for
fighting with Jane's cousin John Reed, a kindly apothecary suggests to
Jane's aunt that Jane should be sent to a school named Lowood. To
Jane's delight, her aunt agrees.
Once at the Lowood School, Jane finds that her life is far from ideal. The school's headmaster is a cruel, selfish man. At Lowood, Jane befriends a
girl named Helen Burns. But unfortunately, Helen dies in a typhus
epidemic. After graduating, Jane spends two more years in Lowood,
being as a teacher.
After two years, Jane desires for new experiences. She finds a job as a
governess at a manor called Thornfield. Jane's master at Thornfield is a
reticent, middle－aged man named Rochester with whom Jane finds
secretly in love.
After some events, Rochester discovers that Jane is not just an ordinary
governess, but a brave, clever girl. At last, Rochester proposes to Jane,
The wedding day arrives. Jane is really delighted. But just as Jane and
Rochester prepare to exchange their vows, a man cried out that Rochester already has a wife. Jane is so disappointed and sad that she can't live in
Thornfield any longer. She leaves Thornfield with her little money.
Penniless and hungry, Jane is forced to sleep outdoors and beg for food. At last, three siblings open the door and take her in. After recovery, Jane accidentally discovers that the three siblings are her cousins!
One night, Jane believes that she heard the voice of Rochester, calling
her name. She immediately hurries back to Thornfield and finds that it
has been burnt to the ground and Rochester’s wife lost her life in the
fire. Rochester lost his eyesight and one of his hands. Jane travels on to
the new residence of Rochester, Ferndean. At there, Jane and Rochester
rebuild their relationship and soon got married. Rochester regained sight
in one eye and was able to behold their first son at his birth.
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Jane Eyre was a poor orphan who lived with her cruel and wealthy aunt. One day, after receiving a punishment for fighting with Jane's cousin John Reed, a kind apothecary suggested to her aunt that Jane should be sent to a school named Lowood. To Jane's delight, her aunt agreed.
Once at the Lowood School, Jane found her life was far from ideal. The school headmaster was a cruel and selfish man. Jane befriended a girl named Helen Burns. But unfortunately, Helen soon died in a typhus epidemic. After graduating, Jane spent two more years in Lowood to be a teacher. Following that, Jane yearned for new experiences and found a job as a governess at a manor called Thornfield. The master was a reticent, middle－aged man named Rochester whom Jane fell secretly in love with.
After some events, Rochester discovered Jane was not just an ordinary governess but also a brave and clever girl. Eventually, Rochester proposed to Jane and she accepted. The wedding day arrived and Jane was overjoyed. But just as Jane and Rochester prepared to exchange their vows, a man cried out that Rochester already had a wife. Overwhelmed with disappointment, Jane left Thornfield. Jane became penniless and hungry and was forced to sleep outdoors and beg for food. Then she came upon three siblings who opened the door and willing to take her in. After her recovery, Jane accidentally discovered these three siblings were actually her cousins!
One night, Jane believed she heard Rochester calling her name. She immediately went back to Thornfield and found that it was burnt to the ground. Besides losing his wife in the fire, Rochester also lost both his eyesight and one of his hands. Jane went to the new residence, Ferndean and decided to stay on to take care of Rochester. Gradually, both rebuilt their relationship and soon got married. Finally Rochester regained sight in one eye and was able to hold their first son at his birth.
P.S I think everthing should be in past tense