The Mayor of Casterbridge - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Elizabeth-Jane impulsively decides to visit High-Place Hall, the home that the stranger rented, which is in the center of town. She sneaks in through an open door, but quickly leaves when she realizes how boldly she has acted. She finds that the home looks very "aristocratic" and wonders who the woman really is. As she is heading home, she sees another person headed for the house and hides. Although she does not see him, this is Michael. As soon as they are both at home, she asks him if she can leave his house to move to a place where she can better herself. Michael quickly agrees.

Elizabeth-Jane sees the woman again at her mother's grave, and discovers that her name is Miss Templeman. The two agree that Elizabeth-Jane will move in right away, and Michael offers her a small annual income to help her...

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