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Which of the following statements best characterizes Jane's overall first impression of Blanche Ingram?
"Her laugh was satirical, and so was the habitual expression of her arched and haughty lip."
"As far as person went, she answered point for point, both to my picture and Mrs. Fairfax's description."
"I cannot tell whether Miss Ingram was a genius, but she was self-conscious; remarkably self-conscious indeed."
"If he liked the majestic, she was the very type of majesty: then she was accomplished, sprightly."
"Most gentlemen would admire her, I thought; and that he did admire her, I already seemed to have obtained proof: to remove the last shade of doubt, it remained but to see them together."