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Which of the following quotations BEST characterizes Jane's disposition directly before the marriage ceremony is to take place?
"I saw a robed and veiled figure, so unlike my usual self that it seemed almost the image of a stranger."
"To look at Mr. Rochester's face was to feel that not a second of delay would be tolerated for any purpose."
"He was earnestly looking at my face from which the blood had, I daresay, momentarily fled: for I felt my forehead dewy, and my cheeks and lips cold."
"My heart was with my eyes; and both seemed migrated into Mr. Rochester's frame."
"We entered the quiet and humble temple; the priest waited in his white surplice at the lowly altar, the clerk beside him."