anonymous
  • anonymous
Read what Mrs. Fairfax says to Jane in Chapter 24. "I am sorry to grieve you," pursued the widow; "but you are so young, and so little acquainted with men, I wished to put you on your guard. It is an old saying that 'all is not gold that glitters;' and in this case I do fear there will be something found to be different to what either you or I expect." What does Mrs. Fairfax's statement foreshadow in the novel? A. Mrs. Fairfax's statement foreshadows the revelation that Mr. Rochester is already married.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
B. Mrs. Fairfax's statement foreshadows Jane seeing a strange woman rip her wedding veil. C. Mrs. Fairfax's statement foreshadows the loss of Mr. Rochester's wealth. D. Mrs. Fairfax's statement foreshadows the destruction of Thornfield Manor by fire.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think the answer is A. :)

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