Mothering Sunday - Sections 36-48 Summary & Analysis

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In Section 36 Jane put the key under a piece of “stone pineapple” (105) and got her bicycle to leave. Leaving the house she felt free and took the old route home. She would always remember the “secret back route” between Beechwood and Upleigh. She raced on the bicycle, thinking about how she might not have been able to conduct herself with Paul if she had a mother to visit on Mothering Sunday. Jane would never forget herself that day and the “air up her skirt and a Dutch cap up her fanny” (110). In Section 37 Jane stopped at the crossroads at three o’clock, thinking of the families sorting out who would pay for lunch, and Paul putting his hand on Emma’s knee. She continued on her way to Beechwood, planning to read her book by Joseph Conrad. Mr. Niven stopped her on the...

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