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Jane Eyre

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"Inexorable as Death"

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After watching St. John interact with Miss Rosamond, Jane remarks that his sister was right to call him "inexorable as death." This conversation primarily reveals that

A

St. John is clearly holding a grudge against Rosamond.

B

St. John refuses to go back on his promise to marry Rosamond.

C

St. John is so focused on his occupation that he does not realize that Rosamond has feelings for him.

D

St. John is often guilty of saying the wrong thing but does not know how to stop himself.

E

St. John is a foil to Jane because he represses his feelings for Rosamond.