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When Jane is on her own after leaving Thornfield Hall, she claims:

Still indomitable was the reply--'I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself.'

What does this statement reveal about Jane?


Rochester's betrayal has caused her to no longer trust others.


She will go to any lengths necessary to ensure that she maintains her morals.


Her optimism allows her to see the positive side of leaving Thornfield Hall.


Her sarcasm reveals her dispair because of her current situation.


She finally realizes that the Calvinist attitude of self-denial is actually effective.

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