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Belle Chrystall and Reginald Tate, in 'JANE EYRE'

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by Charlotte Bronte
Adapted for broadcasting in eleven episodes by Barbara Coupe r
Episode 11
Produced by Howard Rose
After St. John Rivers had taken so surprising a departure from Jane, she was astonished to receive a further visit from him the following evening. He revealed thatthe words ' Jane Eyre ' had bien written on the slip of paper he had torn from her drawing board. That Jane Eyre should be found had beeom a a matter of urgency. Advertisements had been put in the papers, for her uncle in Maderahad died and left her his fortune, It further transpired that John Eyre was also uncle to the Rivers family. Jane now possessed wealth and three cousins.
Life continued contentedly for her and her newly-found relatives at Marsh End until St. John proposed that she should marry hm and share his labours at a missionary in Inda. Jane declared herself Willing to accompany St. John as a missionary, but not as a wife. Later, swayed almost against her will by St. John's insistenceshe wastempted to yield to his proposals, and rhen, out of the nigiht, she heard the voice of Edward Rochester crying her name. She knew that her master needed her and resolved to journey to Thornficld Hall.

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Coupe
Produced By: Howard Rose
Jane Eyre: Belle Chrystall
Diana Rivers: Elizabeth London
Mary Rfvers: Monica Grey
An innkeeper: Norman Claridge
Mary: Vivienne Chatterton
John: Ian Sadler
Mr Rochester: Reginald Tate

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Belle Chrystall and Reginald Tate, in 'JANE EYRE'

BBC Home Service Basic, 16 August 1953 20.30






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