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Jane Eyre

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Brontë's frequent descriptions of her characters' faces, such as when she states that Blanche Ingram's "face was like her mother's; a youthful unfurrowed likeness: the same low brow, the same high features, the same pride," reflects the Victorian inclination towards

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discussing people in relation to their families.

B

avoiding direct characterizations in novels.

C

judging a person's character based on their face.

D

assessing a person's social class based on their appearance.

E

valuing the beauty of features we don't consider as pleasing today.