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--and Ladies of the Club - Pages 106-225 Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter titled "1870," Amanda is annoyed that Thomasina is so "besotted" by her new husband, Samuel, and Amanda stars spending a great deal of time with the newly-arrived Ellen Tyler. Kate catches the young girl living with her in the arms of a young man and goes berserk. John is called and gives her a sedative but is called back later when Kate is found hanging in the shed. She leaves a note saying she'd never been happy and leaves the farm to John and Anne's son, Johnny.

In the chapter titled "1872," there's a new German attorney in town named Herman Lichtenstein, who is an obese widower with a young son. Anne's father's heath is failing and Susan Crenshaw's cancer has confined her to the house. Susan's illness and imminent death creates an opening in the club and the name of Rhoda McKinney, wife...

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