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Why does Jane not include much of her life between the ages of ten and eighteen in her "autobiography"?
Nothing particularly eventful happened to her during this time.
She admits that she remembers very little from those years.
This period of time was so dramatic that she never wants to remember them again.
She promises to devote a separate account to those years in the future.
She doesn't want to speak ill of Lowood for Miss Temple's sake.