While Mr. Rochester was having a big event at hosted at Thornfield, he was interacting with one of his guests Miss Blanche Ingram. She was "supposed to be" Mr. Rochester's bride, for he was to be married. After the big event is over it has for quite a while, in the garden Mr. Rochester appears and starts to tell her lightly that she must leave Thornfield. Jane Eyre gets upset at the fact because she became attached to Adele, Mrs.Fairfax, Thornfield, and of course Mr. Rochester. Jane understood she had to go because he was going to marry Blanche Ingram and send Adele to school.  This is a part of the conversation between Jane and Mr. Rochester in the garden.
Mr. Rochester says to Jane, " You'll like Ireland, I think: they're such warmhearted people there, they say." 
                                                       "It's a long way off, sir."
                                                       " No matter -- a girl of you sense will not object to the voyage or distance."
                                                       " Not the voyage, but the distance: then the sea is a barrier---"
                                                       " From what, Jane?"
                                                       " From England and from Thornfield: and---"
                                                       " Well?"
                                                       " From you, sir."
When Jane said this she says it like she didn't mean to like the words have slipped out from her mouth.
Then later on Mr. Rochester says "Jane, will you marry me?" Truthfully, I did expect this from reading and seeing movies about where the guys is going to marry the other girl that's popular and pretty. Though, in the end he marries the girl he knows the best and is friends with. I just assumed this would happen sometime in the book like after the big event. It didn't, so I thought he actually was going to marry Blanche but then BAM! This scene happens leaving me jaw dropped and wanting to know more about them. This conversation between Jane and Mr. Rochester took place in Chapter 17.
 
 
 While reading Jane Eyre, I found this quote very interesting: " I had not intended to love him; the reader knows I had wrought hard to extirpate from my soul the germs of love there detected; and now, at the first renewed view of him, they spontaneously revived, great and strong!  He made me love him without looking at me." I find this quote very interesting because she was never looking to fall in love, but be loved by people. All her child hood she was not loved by her aunt Mrs. Reed and now she is loved by Adele ( her student) and all the students and fellow teachers at Lowood. I also find it interesting that she had tried to talk herself out of loving him, but it was impossible. Why would she try talking herself out of loving him, when she always wanted to be loved? 
 Another quote I found interesting was, " when I heard this I was beginning to feel a strange chill and failing at the heart. I was actually permitting my self to experience a sickening sense of disappointment:" (Chapter 17) In this point of the novel Mr. Rochester has left for ten days and hasn't come back. Jane misses Mr. Rochester and having the conversations, she would look forward to them everynight. Now that he's gone she misses all of that and not Adele or Mrs. Fairfax can give her the satisfaction that she enjoyed with Mr. Rochester.