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Which of the following quotations best describes Jane's outlook on fending for herself after leaving Thornfield Hall?
"I had a vague dread that wild cattle might be near, or that some sportsman or poacher might discover me."
"What was I to do? Where to go? Oh, intolerable questions, when I could do nothing and go nowhere!"
"The burden must be carried; the want provided for; the suffering endured; the responsibility fulfilled."
"I turned my prayer to thanksgiving: the Source of Life was also the Saviour of spirits. Mr. Rochester was safe; he was God's, and by God would he be guarded."
"I was so sick, so weak, so gnawed with nature's cravings, instinct kept me roaming round abodes where there was a chance of food."