Dust Tracks on a Road - Chapter 10, Two Women Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Two Women Summary and Analysis

This summary chapter covers just one chapter of the book. This is about two women friends. By this time in the book, Zora has grown accustomed to greater things. She has taken on projects which may have seemed terrifying or impossible earlier on in her education and development. One of the women Zora very actively sets out to meet. This is Ethel Waters. She tries more than one way to meet Ethel after she has heard of her. She uses letters as one means, but Ethel just ignores her efforts. Later, Ethel is invited to a party. Those attending are all actually fairly prominent socially - 'society people' in at least some sense. Once the two actually get to conversing it turns out that Zora is right - they discover that they get along quite well. The...

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