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Jane tells Mr. Rochester, "I will not be your English Céline Varens."
Which quotation from Rochester is MOST responsible for Jane responding this way?
"I will clasp the bracelets on these fine wrists, and load these fairy- like fingers with rings."
"Is this my pale, little elf? Is this my mustard-seed?"
"You are a beauty in my eyes, and a beauty just after the desire of my heart,--delicate and aerial."
"The wedding is to take place quietly, in the church down below yonder."
"I shall bear my treasure to regions nearer the sun: to French vineyards and Italian plains."