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When Mr. Brocklehurst asks Jane what one must do to avoid going to Hell after death, she replies, "I must keep in good health, and not die."
What does this statement reveal about Jane?
She uses sarcasm to send a message that she does not appreciate Mr. Brocklehurst's condescending questions.
She does not share Mrs. Reed and Mr. Brocklehurst's religious views.
She is often too literal in her interactions with others.
Her fear of adults causes her to respond with what she thinks they want to hear.
She is prone to blurting out the first thing that comes to her mind.