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After watching St. John interact with Miss Rosamond, Jane remarks that his sister was right to call him "inexorable as death." This conversation primarily reveals that
St. John is clearly holding a grudge against Rosamond.
St. John refuses to go back on his promise to marry Rosamond.
St. John is so focused on his occupation that he does not realize that Rosamond has feelings for him.
St. John is often guilty of saying the wrong thing but does not know how to stop himself.
St. John is a foil to Jane because he represses his feelings for Rosamond.