Careers For Women - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Scott, Joanna
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The Mohawk boys: Their tribe performed a burial ritual and it was officially revealed that the body was in fact Pauline Moreau. Maggie, who is the narrator, explained that the truth behind Pauline’s death remained a mystery and lived longer than Pauline did.

Kay Whittaker: The narrator explained she had quite the imagination; therefore, reality became muddled for her. The night that Bob Whittaker went into Pauline’s motel room in 1974, Kay noticed that her husband never came home that evening. Though she always had her suspicions about him and his affairs, he had never been gone from home in the middle of the night. In her mind, she conjured up the woman that he was with. She wore a yellow dress, and she wrote about this in her novel, The Unplayable Lie.

When Bob, finally, returned that night, he looked like a...

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