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In Jane Eyre, nothing can better show a man’s moral worth than the way in which he treats the women in his life. How is Rochester’s character reflected in the way he treats Jane, Adele, Bertha Mason, and Miss Ingram, and in his reported treatment of Celine Varens? How is St. John’s character reflected in the way he treats Jane, Miss Oliver, and Diana and Mary? Why does this serve as such a good gauge of a man’s morality and worth? What other relationships serve similar functions in the novel?

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