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Describe the beginning of the Waynesboro Women's Club. List at least six of the twelve original members and describe how each becomes involved.

Anne and Sally are close friends from the beginning of the story. How do they come to be involved in the Women's Club? What do they initially believe about the club and their role in it? How does that change over the years?

There are two sets of sisters in the club, Eliza and Thomasina Ballard and Caroline and Lavinia Gardiner. Compare the relationship between the Ballard sisters to that of the Gardiner sisters.

Describe Agatha Pinney. Describe Amanda Reid. Both Agatha and Amanda are educators. Compare the lives and deaths of the two women.

Sally expresses concern about Anne's marriage. Does it turn out that this is founded? Compare Sally's marriage and life to that of Anne. How do the lives of the...

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