Young Jane: My parents died when I was very young. I went to stay with my Aunt who didn't love me.
In the scene of the fire at Thornfield (when Jane saves Rochester), the fire is burning unbelievably slow. In the time it takes Jane to wake Rochester, and Rochester to stop the fire, the whole room especially the bed should've been engulfed by fire. It would also be impossible for Rochester to pull the curtains from the bed and put the fire out the way he did.