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What is the primary attribute shared by Miss Temple, Mrs. Fairfax, and Bessie?
The women teach Jane that social class does not determine a person's intelligence.
The women serve as religious guides for Jane.
The women teach Jane that life has so much more meaning for those who have a profession.
The women serve as motherly figures in Jane's life.
The women teach Jane the importance of reigning in her passionate nature.