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Coming Out Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 Summary

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Chapter 8 Summary

"The next day, Saturday, the day of the ball, dawned icy cold and brilliantly. It didn't snow, it didn't rain, it was colder than the north pole, but it was a gorgeous day when Olympia woke up with trepidation. All she wanted to do was get through the day, dress the girls, watch them curtsy and come down the stairs, and survive the evening. It didn't seem like a lot to ask, but these days it was beginning to seem like a miracle if no one broke a leg, came down with a rare disease, or had a nervous breakdown. If anyone had one of those, Olympia was planning to be first" (Chapter 8, pg. 152.)

She and the girls were having their hair done at the same salon and that would take most of the afternoon. Ginny is panicked because she lost one of her long white gloves...

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