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Villette Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, Auld Lang Syne Summary

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Chapter 16, Auld Lang Syne Summary

Lucy does not recall her swoon. She awakens in a strange room. It takes her a few moments to realize that she is not at the Rue Fossette. Looking around, she is startled to see familiar objects in the room. Lucy asks where she is, and a maid, Martha, comes forward. She does not speak English or French, but she gestures for Lucy to lie down again and gives her a sleeping draught.

When Lucy awakens again, she is in a small bedchamber. This room is not familiar, but the furniture is. Lucy gets up and looks at a pincushion on a vanity. She realizes that it is something that she made for her godmother many years ago. She is confused and gets back into bed, turning her face to the wall. Looking up, she sees a portrait on the wall...

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