Jane visits Thornfield Hall and is horrified by the state that she discovers it in.
St John protests the idea of marriage to Miss Oliver and Jane's true identity is revealed.
A despondent Jane is offered shelter by the Rivers family.
Mr Briggs interrupts Jane and Mr Rochester's wedding with some scandalous information.
Summoned by her aunt, Jane returns to Gateshead Hall, the scene of her unhappy childhood.
Mr Rochester is entertaining guests and Jane is upset by his fondness for Blanche Ingram.
Jane is fascinated by Mr Rochester who seems more than usually interested in her.
Jane is employed as a governess for Adele. She meets her surly master, Mr Rochester.
Conditions improve at Lowood and Jane finds peace both as a pupil and later as a teacher.
Jane's defiance of her tyrannical aunt has led to her exile to the harsh Lowood School.
The series begins with Jane as a neglected orphan child, unjustly punished by her aunt.