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What are Bessie and Miss Abbot's apparent feelings towards Jane Eyre as demonstrated in Chapter 2?
They reluctantly follow Mrs. Reed's orders concerning her punishment.
They agree with Mrs. Reed that Jane is an unruly child and deserves no respect because of her social status.
They secretly like Jane, but feel that she will benefit from a strict upbringing.
They feel sorry for the treatment Jane receives from Mrs. Reed.
They think she is spoiled, just like Mrs. Reed's children.