Coming Out - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

The coming-out ball was still causing problems in the Rubinstein household. Olympia had to call Chauncey and tell him that the twins were invited but Veronica said she would not attend. If Olympia forced her to attend she would move in with her step grandmother. Olympia found that Veronica had Harry's support in this. Virginia was in tears over a discussion with her brother. He took Veronica's side in the argument but felt that both twins should participate in the ball because of the family tradition. The family was in the position of Harry being mad if the twins took part in the ball and Chauncey being mad if they didn't take part in the ball.

Olympia told Chauncey that she was hoping that the problems would run themselves out by the time of the ball. She told him not to fuel the...

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