Betsey Brown - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Arriving at Miss Maureen's in the early morning is a far different experience for Betsey than arriving for a hair appointment later in the day. Miss Maureen is a disheveled wreck, and her house seems to be filled with strange women and men putting large piles of money on the table. Strangest of all to Betsey is the appearance of Regina, her sweet friend Regina, who is also adding money to the pile. Regina is clearly pregnant. Roscoe has "gone on ahead to Chicago," and while Miss Maureen does not believe he is truly planning to send for his little family, Regina still clings to hope.

It frightens Betsey to think that two people as in love as Roscoe and Regina appeared to be—after all, she saw that romantic kiss—could wind up with one of them being so sad and alone...

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