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How does Jane characterize Grace Poole when she sees her the morning after the fire?
Stable: Jane knows Rochester is lying to her because the devious actions of the previous night are incompatible with Grace's quiet and calm personality.
Simple: Grace doesn't seem capable of devising a master plan to kill Rochester, but Jane thinks she might have set the fire in an impulsive moment of rage.
Manic: While nothing about Grace would characterize her as a murderer, she appears to be mentally unstable.
Suspicious: Grace's speech and actions prove that she is clearly up to something.
Cruel: While Grace doesn't appear to be insane, she is easily vindicive enough to commit the previously mentioned crime.