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Why might Charlotte Brontëd feel the need to mention that Miss Temple's husband, a clergyman, was "an excellent man, almost worthy of such a wife"?
To ensure that her readers knew that everything worked out well for Miss Temple
To present the idea that not all religious men are ill-intentioned
Because Miss Temple said she would never marry a clergyman, making the situation ironic
Both A and B
All of the above