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Villette Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 41, Faubourg Clotilde Summary

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Chapter 41, Faubourg Clotilde Summary

Lucy's resolution to look toward freedom instead of love does not last. She still worries that M. Paul will not come to say goodbye, and she still loves him. On a holiday, when the students are all at Mass, she hears footsteps approach and turns to find him in the room. She is happy to see him, even if this will be the last time. He is dismayed to see that she has been ill and unhappy.

Madame Beck bursts into the room and tells M. Paul that she needs to talk to him. She tries to pull him away, but Lucy cries out that her heart will break and begins to cry. Madame Beck tells M. Paul that it is just nerves and that she will take care of Lucy. M. Paul tells her to leave. She refuses and reminds him of...

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