Jane Eyre - Chapter XIX Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XIX Summary

Jane tells the woman she has no faith in the gypsy art. The gypsy then looks at Jane's palm which she can make nothing of, so decides to read Jane's face.The gypsy asks Jane about her aspirations and whether or not she has interest in any gentlemen. The gypsy brings to mind Jane watching Mr. Rochester and Blanche during the evenings in the drawing room. The gypsy questions Jane about how she feels about Blanche and Mr. Rochester and their possible marriage. As Jane is about to leave, she notices the gypsy's finger and realizes it is Rochester. Jane tells Mr. Rochester about Mr. Mason's arrival and he is shocked the man has come to visit. Rochester asks what Jane would do if everyone snubbed him and Jane promises she would stand by him, which seems to please him.

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