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The Bean Trees Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

The morning after Esperanza's attempted suicide brings the news that Esperanza is fine. Turtle wakes in a good mood, and Lou Ann returns home, further along the road to emotional recovery from her divorce. Lou Ann and Taylor are gradually making their home a space of women and children, moving their feminine touches to fill the holes Angel left when he departed.

Lou Ann, Taylor, and the kids roam out to the arbor to sit and enjoy the perfect late spring day. Lou Ann fills Taylor's ears full of the gossip from her ex's side of the family. Several of the family members were moving to California. Lou Ann, in her predilection for doom and gloom is adamant that she will never move to California, since any day now, an earthquake is going to drop most of the state into the ocean. Turtle interrupts Lou Ann's contemplation...

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