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These two characters are nearly opposite when it comes to wealth St John is a middle-class person who doesnt have a lot of money but has enough to feed himself and his family The explanation for this is that St John is clergyman and it is know that in the days of this novel people of the church didnt get a lot of money Mr Rochester on the other hand is very wealthy But he didnt earn all that money He was wed forcefully to Bertha Mason whose family was unbelievably rich He now regrets having married Bertha Mason When it comes to love the two characters are different and alike in many ways St John thinks love is service to God He wants to marry Jane so she can go to India with him and convert the people there to Christianity It is plainly seen that St John doesnt have any passionate love for Jane only brotherly love Mr Rochester is madly in love with Jane very passionately Jane also loves Mr Rochester This type of love is true love not based on looks or what the person is on the outside but what the person is on the inside However their affair breaks up when Jane learns Mr Rochester is a bigamist She forgives him but she cant go back to him Only when Bertha dies can they be back together again Physically the characters are nearly opposite Mr Rochester is a stout hairy man who is very old to be having a love affair with Jane He is not very good looking but ladies still admire him for his wealth and personality St John is a medium-sized man who is still young He is very good looking and the type of person who any lady would go for Personality wise the two characters are very different Rochester is a stern and loud man and he is so
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