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Jane Eyre

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Teaching Adèle

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Which quote best encapsulates Jane's characterization of her pupil, Adèle?

A

"My pupil was a lively child, who had been spoilt and indulged, and therefore was sometimes wayward."

B

"She had no great talents, no marked traits of character, no peculiar development of feeling or taste which raised her one inch above the ordinary level of childhood."

C

"I felt a conscientious solicitude for Adèle's welfare and progress, and a quiet liking for her little self."

D

"I valued what was good in Mrs. Fairfax, and what was good in Adèle; but I believed in the existence of other and more vivid kinds of goodness, and what I believed in I wished to behold."

E

"She made reasonable progress, entertained for me a vivacious, though perhaps not very profound, affection; and by her simplicity, gay prattle, and efforts to please, inspired me, in return, with a degree of attachment sufficient to make us both content in each other's society."