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Blasphemy Against Nature

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When Jane refers to the "blasphemy against nature" in Chapter 17, she is speaking about

A

her dismay about not being born as beautiful as Blanche Ingram.

B

the injustice of cruel-minded women such as Blanche being born into wealth and affluence.

C

the fact that she and Rochester are equal in minds, but not in social status.

D

her dispair about growing up as an orphan.

E

the fact that Adèle is treated in a condescending manner by Rochester's guests simply because she is considered parentless.