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Jane Eyre

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A Self-Assessment

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Which of the following statements best encapsulates Jane's opinion of her self-worth in Chapter 16?

A

"You are not beautiful either, and perhaps Mr. Rochester approves you; at any rate, you have often felt as if he did; and last night, remember his words; remember his look; remember his voice!"

B

"And now I looked much better than I did when Bessie saw me; I had more colour and more flesh, more life, more vivacity, because I had brighter hopes and keener enjoyments."

C

"Bessie Leaven had said I was quite a lady; and she spoke truthI was a lady."

D

"'You,' I said, 'a favourite with Mr. Rochester? You gifted with the power of pleasing him? You of importance to him in any way? Go! your folly sickens me.'"

E

"I hastened to drive from my mind the hateful notion I had been conceiving respecting Grace Poole; it disgusted me. I compared myself with her, and found we were different."