Love plays a big role in Jane's journey because in order to be fully happy Jane feels like she needs to feel true love for others as well as be loved.In the beginning of the novel, Jane tells Helen Burns that love is very important to her life, even if she is just loved by one person. "'No; I know I should think well of myself; but that is not enough; if other don't love me, I would rather die than live- I cannot bear to be solitary and hated, Helen. Look here; to gain some real affection from you, or Miss Temple, or any other whom I truly love.'"(75) This quote explains the role love plays in Jane's journey because Jane shows hope toward finding someone or something to love. Also, the quote foreshadows that in order for Jane to live happy, she needed to find someone to dedicate her life to or else its not worth her life, and throughout the story Jane never gives up. The quote shows how throughout Jane's life, she's always dependent on love and her choices she makes affects her outcome toward life. At the end of the story, Jane finds long lasting love with Mr. Rochester, after going back to him, and she's finally happy. "I know what it is to live entirely for and with what I love best on earth… I am my husband's life as fully as he is mine… All my confidence is bestowed on him, all his confidence is devoted to me; we are precisely suited in character- perfect concord is the result."(523) The quote demonstrates the role love played in Jane's adventure because Jane describes how finding her true love positively changed her lifestyle and morals. In addition, Jane expresses that when in love, the two people become as one, meaning that they are both equal and dependent of one another. Love is a big role in Jane's journey because once she was sure she found her true love, her journey of self-doubt and solitude ended and she started a new journey of love and acceptance.