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CHARACTER LIST (continued)
The benefactress of Jane's little school. She flirts with St. John but marries Mr. Granby.
St. John Rivers' sister. She is helpful in liberating Jane from her brother's domination.
The sister of St. John and Diana. She is as intelligent and pretty as Diana, but more gentle and docile.
Rosamond's father. He has admiration for St. John and encourages Rosamond to marry him.
A merchant from the West Indies and the brother of Bertha Mason. He is attacked at Thornfield Hall by his lunatic sister. He prevents the marriage of Edward Rochester and Jane.
The guardian of Bertha Rochester, whom she feeds and looks after.
A servant at Gateshead Hall. She is one of the few people to show the young Jane Eyre any kindness. Jane sees her again when she returns to Gateshead during Sarah Reed's fatal illness.
The coachman and Bessie's husband. He brings the news of Sarah Reed's illness to Jane.
An unkind servant at Gateshead Hall.
The apothecary who examines Jane at Gateshead after her fit in the red room.
The Rivers' servant at Moor House. She is initially reluctant to let Jane stay there.
Jane's uncle, her father's brother, who leaves his fortune to Jane.
The solicitor who stops Mr. Rochester's marriage to Jane.
Mary Ann Wilson
One of Jane's schoolmates at Lowood.
Jane's assistant at the village school in Morton.
Madame Pierrot, Miss Gryce, Miss Smith, Miss Scatcher, Miss Miller
Teachers at Lowood.
A former butler of Mr. Rochester's father. He is the innkeeper at the Rochester Arms. He tells Jane about the events that have occurred at Thornfield Hall during her absence.
The minister whom Miss Temple marries.