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Some of the most interesting and surprising moments in "Jane Eyre" include the revelation of Mr. Rochester's mysterious past, the twist involving Bertha Mason, and Jane's decision to leave Thornfield. The unexpected developments in the plot add depth and intrigue to the story, keeping readers engaged with its twists and turns.

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