When Bertha Mason torn the veil of the Marriage of Jane and Rochester means that the marriage of two couples will not be fullfiled can you emphasize on this symbol and give more general ideas about this symbol
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Answered by Aslan
It is clear from the ripped wedding veil that the woman who entered Jane's room harbors hostility toward the marriage between Mr. Rochester and Jane. The torn veil comes to symbolize the future separation of Jane and Rochester.