At the end of the novel, Jane Eyre returned to Thornfield Hall and she figured out that this house was completely banished; also, she knew what really happened at the moment that she left Thornfield Hall. After that, she decided to search for Edward Rochester and she saw him bling with one of his eyes, and he wasn`t the man that he used to be. Finally, in the prologue, Jane and Edward get married and had a baby.
At the end of the book “Jane Eyre”, Jane has married Edward Rochester. Actually, by this point in the book, they have been “blissfully married” for ten years. Charlotte Bronte writes that Mr. Rochester had been blind for two years prior to this point, but had regained some of his sight. Because of this, it gives us the knowledge that he was able to see his firstborn child.
However, there is a larger theme here. Most literature from this time, when written by a female, ends with the heroine marrying. Most of the time, it is because they fell in love, but there were some disastrous marriages along the way, too; think Lydia and Mr. Wickham in Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”.