From the ironies in this passage, what inference does Brontë want readers to make about the Brocklehursts? A. They should be justifiably proud of their fine clothes and education. B. They are insensitive to the plight of those less fortunate than they are. C. They visit places like Lowood in order to those less fortunate than they are. D. They may have flaws, but they are very aware of their shortcomings.