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When Bessie is reunited with Jane before leaving Lowood, the older woman states, "Oh, you are quite a lady, Miss Jane! I knew you would be: you will get on whether your relations notice you or not."

Though she is not particularly kind to Jane in her childhood, what moment earlier in the text shows that Bessie "knew" Jane would be successful in life?


When she reminds Jane that she has to obey Mrs. Reed until she can be independent.


When she ensures that Mr. Lloyd takes care of Jane after she leaves the red-room.


When she defends Jane in a conversation with Miss Abbot.


The ballad she sings to Jane about the orphan child.


When she convinces Mrs. Reed to let Jane out of the red-room.

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