Villette - Chapter 15, The Long Vacation Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15, The Long Vacation Summary

Following the party, the students and teachers at the Rue Fossette study hard for the end-of-the-year examinations. M. Paul is administering all of the examinations except for English, which he cannot master. The fact that Lucy must administer the English examination is annoying to him. He confronts Lucy in the garden and says she must look forward to the authority she will wield the next day, but Lucy is dreading the examinations. She finds M. Paul interesting when he is angry and jealous, but she admits to him that she would rather not give the exam. Because he does not speak English, he cannot. Finally he softens and declares that they should be friends instead of rivals. He assists her with the exam, and it goes well.

Immediately following the exam, all the students and teachers leave for vacation. Everyone else...

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