How does the following representative quotation from BrontÃ«’s Jane Eyre reflect on Victorian social conventions? “You have nothing to do with the master of Thornfield, further than to receive the salary he gives you for teaching his protÃ©gÃ©e, and to be grateful for such respectful and kind treatment as, if you do your duty, you have a right to expect at his hands” ? A. It reiterates the class divisions that kept both men and women from social mobility. B. It suggests that women were increasingly accepted as professionals. C. It indicates that British society had become much more egalitarian. D. It reveals the stern consequences of the Industrial Revolution.