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Villette Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 27, The Hotel Crecy Summary

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Chapter 27, The Hotel Crecy Summary

The day of the dinner, a speech is given at the college honoring the birthday of the young prince of the region. Lucy and Ginevra are to attend along with the rest of M. de Bassompierre's party. As they are getting ready to leave, Ginevra remarks that it is funny that she and Lucy are visiting with the same people, and she assumes that Lucy must have a secret identity, because she always assumed that Lucy was a little nobody. Lucy is not offended by these words, since the distinction of class is something that holds little value for her.

Lucy and Ginevra arrive at the hall for the speech, and Lucy is pleased to see that M. Paul is the speaker. He holds the position of Belles Letres at the college, and his students there like his passion and charisma...

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