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Why does Jane attempt to hide from Rochester when she sees him heading into the garden?
She does not trust herself alone with Mr. Rochester in such a secluded space.
She knows their next conversation will most likely confirm Rochester's marriage to Blanche.
She views the garden as her sacred space to be alone and think.
She is angry with him for continuing to toy with her emotions.
She has been crying about leaving Thornfield and doesn't want him to see her tears.