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In Chapter 33, St. John reveals that he knows Jane's true identity and has news concerning her family. Which of the following quotations represents the idea that animates Jane the most?
"What of Mr. Rochester? How and where is he? What is he doing?"
"He must have been a bad man," observed Mr. Rivers.
"You own the name and renounce the alias?"
"Your uncle, Mr. Eyre of Madeira, is dead; that he has left you all his property, and that you are now rich."
"It seemed I had found a brother: one I could be proud of,--one I could love; and two sisters."