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Jane Eyre - Chapter XXXI Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXXI Summary

Jane settles into her new home and job. She does not particularly enjoy her job, but is content to stay. St. John comes by one day with supplies and chats with Jane, telling her of his desire to be a missionary. He is, in fact, preparing to leave for the mission field. Rosamond Oliver, a lovely woman of a wealthy merchant family, comes by and flirts with St. John, who does not respond.

Chapter XXXI Analysis

Even in her misery and depression, Jane realizes she made the right choice in leaving Mr. Rochester. Her faith in God and his direction deepens as she begins to see God's hand in the path of her life. In this chapter Jane also meets Rosamond, the daughter of the school's benefactor. Although it appears to Jane that Rosamond has a distinct liking for St. John, he does not return...

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