I'd like to ask about the meaning of "hadn't" in the following passage.
"This is difficult," she admitted. Then with a deep, soul wrenching sigh, she added, "I wish I'd done what you've done."
But she hadn't, of course.
"If I stay here, I'll die here," she told him and every other person in earshot. "But I'll ask you, Jopale: Is there any way I could travel with you?
By saying "I wish I'd done what you've done" she is referring to his departure -- this man is leaving his homeland.
But what's the meaning of the author's remark "But she hadn't, of course"?
Does "she hadn't" mean "she hadn't done what he had done"?