Morally Ambiguous Characters In Jane Eyre

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Morally ambiguous characters are not purely evil or purely good. Their actions instead show evil or good behavior depending on the circumstance. In Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre there is a character that cannot be identified as purely evil or purely good. The character Rochester is morally ambiguous because he helps others, he keeps secrets, and he plays with people's emotions. Rochester helps many people in Jane Eyre. For Example, when he moved to England he brought Adele to come live with him. Rochester took Adele out of the "slime and mud of Paris" even though he may not have been her father (180). He also tried to save Bertha from jumping off the roof. Rochester walked back into the burning house to get his wife out of her cell. He sacrificed

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