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Black and Blue - Pages 164-190 Summary & Analysis

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Beth is having trouble sleeping and Cindy notices. This leads to a discussion not only about dating and sex, but about Beth's past. Only it is not Beth's past, but Frannie's that is discussed, with a few of the details changed. Cindy tells Beth about her own past as well, talking about how her mother was also an Avon salesperson in their small farming community. Cindy talks about how important it was to her to marry a man who would take her off the farm and how her current husband's plan to create his own pool company was one of the main reasons she married him. This makes Beth think about her own marriage, her home. It was the house that Beth believes Frannie had so much trouble leaving. Frannie had never had a home of her own. As a child...

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