The main conflict in Jane Eyre is the unattainable desire to be Mr. Rochester's wife. She tries to ignore her feelings for him because she knows that he is supposed to marry Ms. Ingram. In the first picture, Jane is crying because she loves Mr. Rochester but she can't marry him. In the second picture it shows Mr. Rochester and Ms. Ingram together. In the picture he is thinking about whether or not marrying Ms. Ingram is the right decision. In the end, the conflict is resolved when Mr. Rochester breaks up with Ms. Ingram and marries Jane.