Jane Eyre - Study Guide Chapter XXX Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXX Summary

Jane finds she likes the people of Moor House. They enjoy learning together and Jane becomes close to the two sisters, but not so much to St. John, who is moody. Jane says his sermons are both powerful, but indescribable. After a month at Moor House, the siblings make plans to shut up the home; Hannah, the housekeeper, will go with St. John and the two sisters will return to their governess positions. Jane accepts an offer as mistress of a school for girls that St. John is starting. Before they leave, they learn their wealthy uncle John has died, but left his money to another relative. They are not resentful, but talk of how a little money could have eased their lives.

Chapter XXX Analysis

Jane finds she fits in well with the people at Moor House. She dreads the day when they will...

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