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Even though Jane was a governess, what is the primary reason she seems so upset about Mary and Diana entering the same profession?
She knows St. John's kindess will expire once Mary and Diana are gone.
She does not want to lose her only friends in the world.
She thinks they will not be properly appreciated in these new roles.
The changes remind her that she must move on with her own life, as well.
She reflects on Blanche Ingram's stories about torturing their governess.