Jane Eyre - Chapter XXXIII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXXIII Summary

As darkness falls, Jane is surprised when St. John arrives. He tells a story, which turns out to be Jane's life story, then indicates he received a letter from Mr. Briggs looking for Jane. The bit of paper he had torn off earlier was her name, Jane Eyre. St. John tells her that her uncle passed away and left her 20,000 pounds. He implies he has more news, but wants one of his sisters to give it. Jane presses him and he relates that his full name is St. John Eyre Rivers and his mother was the sister of both Jane's father and her uncle John, the same who left the three siblings nothing. Jane is excited and tells St. John to write his sisters and bring them home as she will open Moor House and share the fortune equally with them.

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