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The Eyre Affair: A Novel - Chapter 34, Nearly the End of Their Book, Chapter 35, Nearly the End of Our Book, and Chapter 36, Married Summary & Analysis

Jasper Fforde
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Chapter 34, Nearly the End of Their Book, Chapter 35, Nearly the End of Our Book, and Chapter 36, Married Summary

In chapter thirty-four, Thursday wakes to discover Thornfield burned to the ground and Rochester blinded and crippled. Thursday is desperate to find a way to make it up to Rochester and to get out of the book. Thursday finds the answer to both her problems when she goes to Jane's window and whispers her name in a way Rochester himself might do, causing her to return to Thornfield. Thursday tells Rochester what she has done, but he does not seemed pleased. Rochester does not want Jane to see him this way, but Thursday assures him that love will overcome any obstacle. To return her kindness, Rochester speaks the password to Jane...

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