A Monstrous Regiment of Women - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

In Chapter 7, Mary talks about a paper she is writing on feminism in Jewish society. Mary says for two straight days her work at Oxford was smooth and uninterrupted. Thursday, however, Mary realizes that she came to Oxford to escape her true responsibilities and decides to return home. She sends telegrams to both Holmes and Veronica to announce her return and requests they contact her. First, Mary boards the train and heads to London so the tailors that once outfitted her mother can make her a new wardrobe as well. When Mary returns to her club, she has a telegram from Veronica inviting her to Veronica's house that afternoon and to the Temple that night. Mary then goes downstairs to the library to read the newspaper articles on the death of Miles's sister, Iris. When Mary arrives at Veronica's home, she...

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