John and Ciara
Reginald and Mrs. Fairfax
Mrs. Farifax and Grace Poole
John and Mary
He has fallen from the roof
He has been injured
He has been poisoned
He has fallen in love
St. John Rivers
He falls from the roof of Thornfield
He is killed in a fire
He has a stroke
He commits suicide
His hand and his eyesight
His eyesight and his fortune
His eyesight and his dog
His fortune and his fiancee
She writes and sells short stories.
She becomes a governess at a different manor house
St. John Rivers finds her a teaching job in the town of Morton.
She divides it equally among her cousins the Rivers
She starts school in the town of Morton
She sends it to Gateshed to comfort the Reeds for the death of their mother
She buys ball gowns and jewelry for herself
Rochester comes to Lowood to enroll Adele there, but Jane warns him about the coldness and isolation at Lowood and recommends that he hire her as Adele's live-in governess instead.
After having been abroad for some time, Rochester returns to Thornfield and sends for Jane to come in his library.
Jane and Rochester were long lost childhood sweethearts
Jane helps a stranger who horse has slipped on some ice, she discovers later that the man was Rochester.
He makes her wear a dunce cap
He has her naturally curly hair cut short as to make it lie straight.
He forces her to write " I am a very silly girl " on the chalkboard 100 times
He puts curtains over her bedroom mirror.
She makes her sleep outside in the cold
She makes her eat only burnt porridge
She makes her shine John's shoes for a week
She locks her in the red-room.
She answers an advertisement for a governess at Thornfield
She becomes a teacher there.
She burns down the building.
She is forced to wander penniless and starving across the moors.
A daughter is born
A son is born
A star is born
None of the above.
Fairies and knights