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Villette Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28, The Watchguard Summary

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Chapter 28, The Watchguard Summary

M. Paul has a bad temper and hates having his class interrupted. Rosine is the normal victim of his wrath, since she frequently has to call students out of his class for music lessons. He finally loses his temper and shouts that the next person who interrupts his class will be hung, even if it is Madame Beck herself. A message comes from the college Athenye, requesting that M. Paul immediately go to the college. Rosine tells Lucy that Madame Beck has requested that she deliver the message, since Rosine refuses. Lucy is usually amused by M. Paul's temper, but she protests that it is not her job. Rosine is afraid of M. Paul, so Lucy takes the message.

Lucy enters the classroom quickly, prepared for battle. If M. Paul should asks for a noose to hang her, she has made a tiny...

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