Jane displays genuine affection, goodness and complete lack of vindictiveness, even against Mrs. Her goodness attracts affection from good people such as Miss Temple and later St John and his sisters.
Her generosity speaks in giving away 75% of her money. John and his sisters and her uncle who she has never met.
She takes it as a sign, and the next day leaves from Whitcross in a coach to see what has happened to Rochester.
She hurries to Thornfield, which has burned to the ground.
Ten-year-old Jane Eyre is a poor orphan, treated maliciously by her aunt; her plain looks and perceptive and passionate nature do not appeal to her relatives.
Eventually Jane is sent to Lowood Institution, a charitable, cheap and strictly kept school for clergyman's daughters. These two individuals greatly affect Jane's personality and character, especially related to personal philosophy, religion, and treatment of others.
Jane Eyre is a classic novel by Charlotte Brontë that was published in 1847 by Smith, Elder & Company, London, and is one of the most famous British novels.
Orphaned into the household of her Aunt Reed at Gateshead and subject to the cruel regime at Lowood charity school, Jane Eyre nonetheless emerges unbroken in spirit and integrity.
Simultaneous to this, it appears that Rochester is courting the hand of Blanche Ingram, in hopes of marrying her, which pains Jane, who cannot believe that Rochester loves the proud, snobbish Blanche.
This turns out to simply be a ploy by Rochester to make Jane jealous, and increase her love for him.