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What is Jane's motivation for insisting that Adèle accompany her and Mr. Rochester into town the morning after the proposal?
She feels guilty about neglecting her duties to Adèle because of her engagement to Rochester.
Bringing her pupil into town will ease suspicions that she and Rochester are together.
To prove to Mrs. Fairfax that her relationship with Rochester won't be so different than before.
She worries that she no longer has any authority over Rochester now that he's made his "conquest."
She wants to suggest that they legally adopt Adèle while they are all together.