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Jane Eyre Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter XX Summary

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Chapter XX Summary

Jane awakes and hears a ghastly cry for help from the third floor. Mr. Rochester tells the guests that a servant was having a nightmare, which Jane disbelieves. Mr. Rochester asks Jane to bring a sponge and volatile salts. Before leading her into a room, he asks if she is sickened by the sight of blood. They enter a third floor room and there is a creature making a snarling, dog-like sound which ends in what Jane recognizes as Grace's laughter. Mr. Mason is there, soaked in blood. Rochester is going for a doctor and asks Jane to sit with Mason and not to talk. Jane wonders how Mason fits into the puzzle. The doctor attends to Mason while Rochester tells Mason he can leave and forget this time. Rochester and Jane walk in the garden the next morning, but she learns nothing more except...

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