The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie - Chapter 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5.

Sandy is visiting the home of Mr. Lloyd. The girls of the Brodie Set are fifteen years old at this time. Mrs. Lloyd is also present when they show Sandy the finished portrait of Rose. Sandy tells the Lloyds how much the portrait of Rose looks like Miss Brodie. Deidre Lloyd, Mr. Lloyd’s wife, says she has never met Miss Brodie but asks if she is pale or dark. Then Mrs. Lloyd tells Mr. Lloyd to show Sandy the other portraits of Rose. Sandy thinks she can see Miss Brodie in all of the portraits of Rose.

Sandy then discovers some other sketches of some of the other girls of the Brodie set, Eunice and Monica. At first glance, Sandy also sees Miss Brodie’s attributes in these sketches. Upon second glance, though, she sees only Eunice and Monica. She mentions to Mr...

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