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Villette Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31, The Dryad Summary

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Chapter 31, The Dryad Summary

The spring brings warmer weather, and Lucy feels fatigued by the change. One day, when she returns from the Protestant church, she falls asleep at her desk and wakes to find a folded shawl beneath her head and another wrapped around her. She does not know who was so kind to her, but she feels refreshed and goes outside to take a walk in the alley. She begins to think again of what changes she can make to her life to bring herself more independence and some sort of future. She thinks that she may be able to save money to start a small school of her own. With a thousand francs, she could probably afford a few rooms, and from there she might be able to grow her school. Lucy does not think that she will ever have anything or anyone else...

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