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When the gipsy woman asks Jane if she wants her fortune told, Jane responds that she has "no faith."
What does she mean by this statement?
She is practically-minded and does not believe in supernatural phenomena.
She does not want to appear overly eager to have her fortune told.
She is not optimistic about what the future holds for her.
She is skeptical of those who claim that they can see the future.
She is frightened by the gipsy and makes this statement to calm herself down.