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Which of the following statements best describes Charlotte Brontë's attitude towards sexuality, as seen in the novel?
Sexual indiscretion is secondary to secondary to many other sins.
Acting with a sense of morality is of utmost importance in regard to sexuality.
Sexuality should be governed outside of traditional morality.
Sexual acts are justified when they are a result of love.
Personal convictions are key when making decisions in regard to sexuality.