Why does Mr. Rochester so often call Jane 'Janet' in the book?
At first I thought it was a typing error, but upon further meditation, it appears too frequently to be put down to a mere mistake - and 阿黛尔 too; there are a couple instances where Mrs. Fairfax refers to her as 'Miss Adela.' Is this an error? 或者 is it a kind of nineteenth century endearment, 或者 nickname of some kind? 或者 have I just completely missed the point?