Betsey Brown - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

After her period of soul searching, Jane comes home. We learn neither where she has been nor what she has been doing, only that she is now determined to show Greer her new understanding of him and his convictions. To her delight as well as her shock, she finds things much changed. When she tries to take Carrie to task for entertaining Mr. Jeff in the presence of her children, for taking them to a church other than her staid Presbyterian church, and for letting them dance like "po' children in the projects," Carrie is polite, respectful, but unbowed. She tells Mrs. Brown that she loves the children, that she was the one who was there at the time, and that she is, after all, a full-grown woman working hard to do her job.

Her sermon to Carrie having not gone well, Jane...

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