Villette - Chapter 21, Reaction Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21, Reaction Summary

The time has come for Lucy to return to the school. When she arrives at Rue Fossette, Graham tells her not to worry and that they will not forget about her. He promises to write. The next morning, Lucy is up before the rest of the school. She goes downstairs to sit by the warmth of the stove. She looks up and sees M. Paul looking at her through a window, and at the same time, she realizes that she is crying. M. Paul comes in and asks why she is sad. She responds that she has a right to be, and he says that she reminds him of a wild creature. Lucy is angry at his interference, but he infers that she is sad to leave her friends.

At breakfast, Miss Fanshawe joins Lucy and says she is glad to see her. They share...

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