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Which of the following functions does NOT reasonably explain Mrs. Reed's purpose in the novel?
She allows readers to fully see Jane's character development.
She allows readers to see the extent of Jane's wrath when she is angered.
She gives readers insight into how the average person would view Jane without the biases we possess.
She enhances the idea that Jane's story is a bildungsroman narrative.
She shows the reader that Jane's sense of goodness was largely inherent rather than taught.