A Cure for Dreams: A Novel - Chapters 13 & 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 & 14 Summary

Chapter 13

Women often ask Lottie if she will ever remarry. Lottie is blunt in her answer and says there are no suitable men locally. Betty asks Lottie about the possibility of moving to another area, and Lottie is against the idea. Betty then realizes that Lottie is fond of her status at Milk Farm Road and knows that elsewhere she would not enjoy the same popularity. Betty wants to leave the area and this leads to arguments. After so many years of being in alliance against Charles, Lottie had come to believe that Betty had no ideas of her own, and she is surprised to discover that Betty would even think of moving away from home.

Betty confides her desire to experience new places to Trudy. Trudy says she has lived many places and she encourages Betty to get out and experience the...

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