Jane Eyre

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What is Jane's motivation for insisting that Adèle accompany her and Mr. Rochester into town the morning after the proposal?

A

She feels guilty about neglecting her duties to Adèle because of her engagement to Rochester.

B

Bringing her pupil into town will ease suspicions that she and Rochester are together.

C

To prove to Mrs. Fairfax that her relationship with Rochester won't be so different than before.

D

She worries that she no longer has any authority over Rochester now that he's made his "conquest."

E

She wants to suggest that they legally adopt Adèle while they are all together.