In the novel, ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Brontë, Jane’s lack of love drives her to move along in her journey through out the book. In the book, Jane moves from place to place looking for love and comfort. When these areas are lacking for her she tends to leave. In the beginning of the book, Jane lives at her cousin’s house where she is treated very poorly and there is no love for her there. She is excited, when she eventually leaves to go to boarding school. This shows, that when Jane didn’t feel loved or valued she was egger to leave and seek love elsewhere. Another example is, when Jane leaves Thorn field, when she looses her chance at love. The author writes that Jane and Mr. Rochester were to get married. However, then Jane find out he had a living wife and decides to leave Thorn Field. This proves that, Jane was ready to stay at Thorn Field when she felt she had found the love she needed, but when she found out she couldn’t possess it any longer, she feels that lack of love again and isn’t hesitant to leave.