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Villette Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, London Summary

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Chapter 6, London Summary

Lucy awakens the next morning and looks out her window to see the city spread beneath her and the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral before her, a sight which lifts her spirits. At breakfast, she speaks to the waiter and discovers that he knew her uncles. She sets out for a day on her own and walks around London, enjoying the sights of the city, including the view from the dome of St. Paul's. She finally returns to the inn and enjoys a good meal and a pleasant nap. Lucy's changed state of mind helps her to come up with a plan. She has nothing to lose by leaving England, so she decides to go to France to find work. She asks the waiter for help, and he finds her a ship that is crossing the channel early the next morning. Lucy immediately departs for...

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