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What is the "new-born agony" that Jane refers to in Chapter 22?
Jane is unsure what she should do in regards to her newly-known relation, John Eyre.
Jane realizes that her entire life will be spent traveling from house to house without ever finding a home.
Jane must leave Thornfield just as her feelings for Mr. Rochester have reached a new height.
Jane realizes that the part she hates about Rochester and Blanche's relationship is the uncertainty of when the marriage will take place.
Jane feels a pang of guilt for being more preoccupied with her own future than Adèle's.