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Jane Eyre Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter XXXVIII Summary

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Chapter XXXVIII Summary

Jane writes of her marriage to her three cousins, and though St. John never mentions her marriage, they do resume their friendship. Jane takes Adèle home to Ferndean and enrolls her in a more appropriate school and keeps a close eye on her. As Adèle matures, she and Jane become great companions. After 10 years of marriage, Jane reflects that her married life has been the greatest blessing of her life. Two years after their marriage Rochester recovers partial sight in one eye, so he is able to see his first-born son. Diana and Mary are married also and happy in their unions. St. John is steady and firm on the missionary path he has set for himself. From the news in his last letter, however, Jane feels St. John will not live on earth much longer. Jane is happy St. John will soon...

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