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A Virtuous Woman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

Tiny Fran leaves Burr right after June goes to college. Burr buys out her half of his property the day she leaves in hopes that she will live off that money for the rest of her life and leave him alone. Of course Tiny Fran runs out of money, and Burr finds himself sending her checks every month. However, Burr feels it is worth it to be free of Tiny Fran. Tiny Fran is an unpleasant woman, who has never cared for anyone but her son, Roland, and she made that very clear to everyone as often as possible.

Jack relates the story how one summer Burr invites him and Ruby to go with his family to the beach. Tiny Fran is unhappy that Ruby and Jack are coming along and makes the drive to the beach unpleasant with her dark mood. Tiny Fran becomes so mad...

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