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After asking Mrs. Fairfax about Mr. Rochester, Jane remarks that, "Mr. Rochester was Mr. Rochester in her eyes."
What does Jane mean by this statement?
Mrs. Fairfax simply sees Mr. Rochester as her master and isn't interested in analyzing his character.
Mrs. Fairfax believes that Mr. Rochester has a complex personality.
Mrs. Fairfax dislikes Mr. Rochester, but feels uncomfortable speaking ill of him.
Mr. Rochester isn't home often enough for Mrs. Fairfax to form an opinion of him.
Mrs. Fairfax is in love with Mr. Rochester, making her opinion extremely biased.