Jane Eyre - Chapter XXIX Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXIX Summary

In several days, Jane is strong enough to move about and she learns she is at Moor House or Marsh End. The man's name is St. John Rivers, a clergyman in the nearby village of Morton. He is home only to be with his sisters, Diana and Mary, at the recent death of their father. The three siblings arrive and insist Jane join them in the parlor for tea. Jane refuses to give many details of her life and says she wishes to find work. The sisters insist that she stay with them until then. St. John agrees to help her find work.

Chapter XXIX Analysis

Things are looking better for Jane in this chapter. She has found the sympathy of caring people who promise to help her find work and a means of caring for herself. She is at last strong enough to explain...

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