What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day - Study Guide June, Chapters 11, 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

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While Joyce goes to the hospital to make arrangements for the baby, Ava indulges in reverie about her life and her health status. Thinking of all the men with whom she has been intimate, and the HIV diagnosis that was the result of that lifestyle, leads Ava to believe that there should have been some shining moment, some other-worldly passion to counter the price she now has to pay. Unfortunately, though, there is not; a misspent young adulthood is all she has to show, and Ava grieves that she will never know an all-consuming love like the one that Joyce and Mitch had shared.

Ava's contemplation is broken by the arrival of Gerry Anderson, the new minister's wife, who has appeared at the door with a large envelope addressed to Joyce. Sensing the woman's judgmental predilections, Ava does not invite her in and...

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