PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELD
The New Mrs. Rochester
"You want to marry me?" I cried. "But I have no money, no family, and no friends in the world!"
"I don't care, Jane! Say yes, quickly! It's cruel to make me suffer like this! Give me your hand and say, 'Edward, I'll marry you'!" he cried. His face was pale in the moonlight.
"Mr. Rochester, are you serious? Do you really love me? Do you honestly want me to be your wife?" I asked seriously, looking at him.
"I swear it."
"Then, Edward, I will marry you."
"My darling Jane!" He held me in his arms for a long time. I felt as if I was inside a dream. Once he whispered, "No family! That's good. No family to worry about!" and then, "I don't care what people think!" and again and again, "Are you happy, Jane?" I could not speak, I was so happy at the thought of being with him forever.
The weather had changed while we had been talking. The sky grew dark, and the rain came down suddenly. We ran back to the house, holding hands and laughing. We were very wet when we arrived at Thornfield. We did not notice Mrs. Fairfax standing in a corner of the room, watching us.
"Good night, my darling!" Mr. Rochester said, kissing me many times. As I ran upstairs, I suddenly saw the old lady. She looked shocked.
"Tomorrow I'll explain everything to her," I thought. At that moment, I was too happy to think about anything except my happiness. Mr. Rochester loved me!
Outside, there was a terrible storm that lasted all night. In the morning we saw that a large old tree in the garden,which had stood for hundreds of years,had been hit by lightning and torn in half.
again and again 反反复复，有时为表示强调，再加一个“and again“，即为“again and again and again“。