'' That proves you have a wicked heart ; and you must pray to god to change it : to give a new and clean one : to take away your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. ( Bronte, 40 )
'' 5 o'clock had hardly struck on the morning of January when Bessie brought up a candle in my closet and found me already up and nearly dressed '' ( Bronte, 48 )
'' Would you not be happier if you tried to forget her severity even for moments? Life appears too short to be spent in nursing animosity or registering wrongs. '' ( Bronte, 69 )
Mr. Bocklehurst has come to talk to Jane and Mrs. Reed about Jane and to see if she is eligible for the school. After talking to them, he concludes that she can come to his school but he thinks she is cruel and need to be fixed by god himself.
Jane was leaving for school extremely early in the morning. Bessie came into her room to wake her and found her ready to leave.
Jen follows Helen to the back and finds her reading a book. They begin to talk and Jane tells Helen about her life of before. Helen gives her the friendly advice of stopping crying and to stop thinking about it.