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Which of the following statements from Blanche or Jane best represent Blanche's reaction to meeting with the gypsy woman?
"My whim is gratified; and now I think Mr. Eshton will do well to put the hag in the stocks to-morrow morning, as he threatened."
"Really your organs of wonder and credulity are easily excited."
"I have seen a gypsy vagabond; she has practised in hackneyed fashion the science of palmistry and told me what such people usually tell."
"Miss Ingram took a book, leant back in her chair, and so declined further conversation."
"I watched her for nearly half-an-hour: during all that time she never turned a page, and her face grew momently darker, more dissatisfied, and more sourly expressive of disappointment."