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Lady Oracle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary

When Joan awakes, slightly hung-over, she finds she cannot remember drinking the last of the wine. She remembers Arthur bringing her wine, and then telling her not to drink so much. As she hears the rain outside, she regrets her small choice of clothes, and recalls Arthur's dislike of her clothing choices. He often appeared both fascinated and annoyed at the silk and lace she chose, and Joan believes he was annoyed that the clothes aroused him. She recalls fantasizing in her bedroom about other men dancing with her, since Arthur refused to do so, as she dressed in the long, silky dresses Arthur made her too self-conscious to wear.

As she lies in bed listening to the rain, and watching the centipedes and scorpions in the room, she thinks of Arthur and his love for this room. She believes their retreats to this area let him...

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