Villette - Chapter 35, Fraternity Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35, Fraternity Summary

When Madame Beck tells Lucy to forget professors, she makes a mistake. Her plan with Pire Silas makes Lucy aware of the goodness and kindness of M. Paul. She has learned that he can love devotedly, and Lucy wonders what Pire Silas and Madame Beck are trying to warn her about with this story. Lucy would like to speak to M. Paul about what she has learned. The next night, she is at the evening study, and he appears, snatches up her pencils and desk and directs her into the large hall next door. In the room are two associates from the college, Messieurs Boissec and Rochemorte, who are there to examine Lucy. They do not believe that she has written an essay M. Paul showed them. They believe he is trying to pass off his own work as that of his students. They test...

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