LadyMacbeth wrote:I am not so sure. As deals "Jane Eyre" I would travel to India on my own.
India trip was up in the air only because John wanted to go there, and he wanted her to go with him, not as a sister or cousin but as his wife. She had to travel on the mission with his as his wife or stay home, no other choice.
LadyMacbeth wrote: In my level 2 is very little about St John.
What's the big difference between the original work and the level you're reading? I think your English is well enough to read the original work. You should give it a try.
LadyMacbeth wrote:oh - in my age I would surely go into India on my own.
You should. My grandma's friend went there and she loved it. She said the country was soooooo beautiful and different. It's nothing like a Third World country, and yet it's nothing like a Westernized country. The people are religious but humble. The food is great. Okay, I think I should stop before I sound like I've been there already
LadyMacbeth wrote:I would have very few hopes that Rochester will be a good man in future. Specially when he will recover.
To me, he was the same man before and after he got blind and handicapped, his love for her stayed the same.
LadyMacbeth wrote:You know - he should have divorced the mad woman in the attic when he never loved her. It would be probably more honest than keeping her in cage instaed of trying to treat.
This story happened in the 18 century, you know. I believe at that time people still didn't really recognize divorce. I mean, up till now the Catholic Church still doesn't really recognize divorce. My boyfriend's mom has been divorced with his dad for years, but she still carries his last name and didn't bother to change back to her maiden last name. I asked him why, and he told me she got used to it. Besides, even though they're are divorced, but under God, they're still one, he said.