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Which of the following reasons best explains why Brontë would break from the overall realism of her novel to write such an idealized resolution?
She wanted to leave her readers with a sense of optimism without straying too far from reality.
She wanted her narrative to end with the moral that living a virtuous life leads to rewards.
The over-the-top ending possesses the level of sarcasm Brontë maintains throughout her text.
She knew that her novel would sell more copies if the resolution was hopeful.
She wanted to end with the juxtaposition of Jane's happiness with St. John's misery.