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Which of the following quotations represents the moment at which Jane truly believed that she was going to die?
"Solitude would be no solitude--rest no rest-- while the vulture, hunger, thus sank beak and talons in my side."
"Why do I struggle to retain a valueless life?"
"'Well, I would rather die yonder than in a street or on a frequented road,' I reflected."
"But I must die if I am turned away."
"'I can but die,' I said, 'and I believe in God. Let me try to wait His will in silence.'"