The French Lieutenant's Woman - Chapters 30-36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 – John Fowles takes the reader back a few days to the firing of Sarah. Mrs. Poulteney fires Sarah without telling her why, and Sarah at last stands up to Mrs. Poulteney. Sarah calls her a hypocrite and questions whether or not Mrs. Poulteney will have God’s ear when she dies. She then leaves the house.

Chapter 31 – Charles finds Sarah curled up in the barn and wants to protect her. Yet he tells her because of everything that has happened, now she really must leave Lyme. She begins crying, and Charles hugs her and kisses her, and then pushes her away in horror when he realizes what he has done, only to find someone in the door behind him.

Chapter 32 – Ernestina cannot sleep, for she is afraid she has displeased Charles by crying over his disinheritance. She is absolutely determined to please him. Sam...

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