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Jane tells St. John, "If I were to marry you, you would kill me. You are killing me now."

What does she mean by this statement?

A

She could not survive in the harsh conditions of India.

B

She is speaking hyperbolically about how cruel St. John's words are to her.

C

The thought of marrying anyone after Mr. Rochester kills her.

D

Being married to a man who doesn't even like her let alone love her would be something she could not survive.

E

She cannot bear the thought of leaving Mary and Diana after they have successfully created a happy household together.

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