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Jane Eyre

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Thinking of Death

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As she considers Helen's death, Jane thinks to herself, "How sad to be lying now on a sick bed, and to be in danger of dying! This world is pleasant, it would be dreary to be called from it, and to have to go who knows where?"

What is the significance of this quotation?

A

To display a change in Jane's outlook on life; she is more positive now that her circumstances have improved

B

To highlight that Jane's spiritual views are developing; she gives further consideration to life after death

C

To demonstrate that Jane is still selfish; she thinks only of herself as her friend is dying

D

Both B and C

E

Both A and B