Jane Eyre - Chapter XXXVII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXXVII Summary

When Jane arrives at Ferndean, she watches as Rochester comes out of the door and stands there, though a servant urges him back inside. He stumbles around in the yard a while and then returns inside. Jane knocks and is admitted, though Mary, John's wife, says Mr. Rochester will see no one. Jane takes his tray of food to him and they talk. She cleans up Rochester and the room and tells him briefly of her life and says she will tell him more in the morning. She promises him more of her story the next day.

The next morning Jane tells Mr. Rochester everything that has happened since she left Thornfield. He says she would not want a cripple, but proposes and Jane accepts. Rochester says he has begun to see the hand of God in the path of his life. As proof, he...

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