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Charlotte Brontë is able to use the conventions of Gothic novels to enhance her religious ideology (and vice versa) in all of the following situations EXCEPT
when Jane hears Rochester calling to her from miles away.
when Jane has a vision of hope in the red-room as a child.
Jane's premonition leading up to Mrs. Reed's death.
Jane's otherworldly painting that foreshadows Blanche Ingram's time at Thornfield Hall.
when Jane has a dream related to her future trials with Mr. Rochester.