St. John is going to go on missionary work in India and repeatedly asks Jane to accompany him as his wife. She refuses, since it would mean compromising her capacity for passion in a loveless marriage. Instead, she is drawn to thoughts of Mr. Rochester and, one day, after experiencing a mystical connection with him, seeks him out at Thornfield. She discovers that the estate has been burned down by Bertha, who died in the fire, and that Mr. Rochester, who lost his eyesight and one of his hands in the fire, lives at the nearby estate of Ferndean. He is overjoyed when she locates him, and relates his side of the mystical connection that Jane had. He and Jane soon marry. At the end of the novel, Jane informs the readers that she and Mr. Rochester have been married for ten years, and Mr. Rochester regained sight in one of his eyes in time to see the birth of his first son.
You’ve got to block these people and move on. There is no point whatsoever in arguing with them. This is not about left v right-as a black woman, I can tell you white leftists are also pretty damned racist but are arrogant enough to believe they’re different- but rather about privilege. Those that live a life where they’re told their way is the right way their entire lives typically hear constructive criticism-which is what this piece is-as a personal attack, because they are not used to having the things they value being interrogated. Arguing does little but raise your blood pressure. Block and move on-it’s healthier for you and your time is probably valuable enough that you can spend it doing something else.
Welles and Selznick persuaded 20th Century Fox to hire Bernard Herrmann to compose the score for Jane Eyre .  :329 When the film's producer, Kenneth Macgowan , asked Herrmann what work he had done before, the composer angrily replied, "Well, I never hearda you , either!"  :107 Herrmann based his score for Jane Eyre on the score he had written for " Rebecca " (December 9, 1938), the first episode of Welles's radio series, The Campbell Playhouse .  :67 [a] Alfred Newman , head of the Fox music department, admired Herrmann's work for RKO and gave him the rare privilege of conducting his own score—the first of many that Herrmann wrote for the studio.  :106 [b]