Lonely and ignored, the orphaned Jane is growing up at Gateshead.
Freed from the humiliations inflicted by her aunt, Jane hopes for a new beginning at Lowood Institution for Orphans.
'Here I lay again crushed and trodden on.' Jane's dashed ambitions are restored by friendship.
A new home and a new master as Jane arrives at Thornfield Hall and encounters her employer for the first time.
Jane learns a little of Mr Rochester's history and comes to his aid for a second time.
Blanche Ingram's arrival at Thornfield reminds Jane of the reality of her position.
A fortune teller in the library, and a cry in the night; the mysteries of Thornfield Hall deepen.
As Jane tries to suppress her feelings, there is news from Gateshead.
An encounter in an orchard on a midsummer evening.
Is there any legal impediment to the marriage?
Jane must examine her conscience and decide on the right course, even if at the cost of her happiness, and her lovers.
Alone and friendless, Jane has left Thornfield Hall.
Can she make a new life for herself?
Jane has a new home, a new school and new friends, but her heart is elsewhere.
Jane learns the fate of Thornfield and her master.
Jane finds happiness at last.