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--and Ladies of the Club Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 989 through 1100 Summary

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Pages 989 through 1100 Summary

In the chapter titled "1909," Julia announces that she's marrying the man Tucker had thought was courting his grandmother. He's older and Julia says that he won't demand any of the marital bed "business" Johnny had demanded. Tucker is sent to Harvey Military School though Johnny objects, but Tucker sends letters indicating his love for his father despite the demands of his mother. Julia sends word that her mother died. Johnny, who is now living with Anne, is called out to attend a case of polio which is followed quickly by another case that indicates an epidemic. Tim Merrill's son is among those who contract the disease as is Naomi Patton. By the time Johnny is called to the Patton home, Naomi can't lift her limbs at all. Naomi dies that night in the hospital with her father and stepmother at her side. Johnny has an...

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