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Jane Eyre Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter XXXII Summary

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Chapter XXXII Summary

The community befriends Jane and she is still content except with the grief of Rochester always present below the surface. Rosamond visits the school and Jane often, though St. John pays her no mind. Rosamond asks Jane to do a portrait for her father, which she does. They are so impressed, they invite Jane to their home.

On a following holiday Jane is finishing the portrait of Rosamond when St. John knocks on her door. They talk about his feelings for Rosamond and how she is not the type to be a missionary's wife. Jane offers to do a portrait of Rosamond for him, but he declines. Just as he is about to leave, he notices something, tears off a piece of writing from her book and leaves quickly.

Chapter XXXII Analysis

Although St. John loves Rosamond and she loves him also, he refuses to...

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