What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day - Study Guide July, Chapters 11, 12, 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Joyce's decision to host the Sewing Circus meetings at her own home has turned out to be especially gratifying. All of the regular girls attended that first meeting in the new location, and there was a freedom in the conversation that was never experienced when the meetings were held at the church hall. It's midnight when the last girls leave the house, and Ava returns home shortly after. During the conversation about their respective evenings, Ava mentions to Joyce that Eddie had revealed that he spent ten years in jail. Joyce had been aware of the fact and refuses to divulge any more information, encouraging Ava to discuss it with Eddie personally.

During Eddie's visit to the house the next day, Ava mentions the rash of break-ins occurring lately, and Eddie says he feels sure he knows the two boys who are doing...

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