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--and Ladies of the Club - Pages 521 through 681 Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter titled "1885-1886," Mrs. Ballard resigns as president of the club and Sally is elected in her place. As Anne and Sally are talking about the situation prior to Sally's selection, Sally says that she has come to depend on the club as something apart from the domestic situation of raising four kids and tending her husband. Anne fusses at her young daughter, Belinda and nicknamed Binny, for her appearance. Sally thinks Anne is hard on Binny, but Anne says that she is trying to keep Binny in line so that John doesn't have to fuss at her, as he often does. Binny becomes very ill and John realizes that she has rheumatic fever. Anne feels guilty that she'd known Binny had a sore throat and had put it down to Binny's effort to get out of studying for her catechism. Dr. Warren...

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