Mr Rochester

We first meet Mr Rochester in chapter 12. He makes his entry into the novel by making us feel dislike towards him. He is mysterious and precipitous as he makes his leave. He makes himself unknown to Jane by not saying his name which left me eager to find out about this anonymous person. At first Mr Rochester is rude towards Jane, accusing her of making the horse he was riding fall. Later back at Millcote he disregards her art work and tells her she is not the prettiest of girls. In between this old fashioned forwardness he shows his deep down kindness but I dislike the fact he has mixed emotions. I grow to like Mr Rochester however; his comments towards Jane become sweeter and flirtatious however still keeping the sarcastic tone of voice. Mr Rochester is an unpredictable man. 

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I see a relationship slowly building between him and Jan. Maybe, for Jane this could be some much earned luck she has been waiting for. - "He caught my gaze fastened on his physiognomy ' You examine me Miss Eyre,' said he 'do you think me handsome."

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