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Jane Eyre

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Mrs. Reed's Revelation

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Why does Mrs. Reed change her treatment towards Jane before the young girl heads to Lowood?

A

Jane's outbursts have become so severe that Mrs. Reed fears for her own safety.

B

Mrs. Reed worries that Jane will speak poorly of her once she arrives at school, ruining her reputation.

C

Mr. Brocklehurst's words about morality deeply affect Mrs. Reed and change the way she treats others.

D

Mrs. Reed sees that Bessie is treating Jane more gently and feels guilty for not doing the same.

E

Mrs. Reed also sees the ghost of her husband and fears that he has returned to punish her for not being kinder to Jane.