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Jane Eyre is subtitled an autobiography for which Brontë merely served as an editor. Why might Brontë have chosen to label her novel this way?
She wanted to play with the conventions of different genres.
She wanted to find a somewhat subtle way of conveying the idea that the novel is autobiographical in parts.
She didn't want her real name to be associated with the novel.
Her sisters had already found great success writing fiction in the form of autobiographies.
Both A and B