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The Eyre Affair: A Novel - Chapter 32, Thornfield Hall, and Chapter 33, The Book Is Written Summary & Analysis

Jasper Fforde
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Chapter 32, Thornfield Hall, and Chapter 33, The Book Is Written Summary

In chapter thirty-two, Thursday and Jane arrive shortly before the point where Jane was rudely snatched from the narrative of her novel. Jane returns to the narrative while Mr. Rochester, who is not currently in the narrative, takes Thursday to the housekeeper and instructs her to make Thursday comfortable, but away from Jane so as to not change the plot of the novel once again. Thursday sleeps. The following morning, Thursday goes into Millcote to see if she can find Hades. Thursday runs into a couple of Asian people and learns that the woman can transport herself into the book just by thinking about it and runs a business giving people tours of the book. Thursday warns her that Hades is there and that she should leave...

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