Lady Oracle - Chapters 22 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22. Joan’s book gets published and becomes instantly popular. Arthur is irritated that he knew nothing about the book and jealous of all of her success. He does not seem happy for her, despite that it buys both of them financial freedom.

One evening Arthur takes Joan to dinner to meet some colleagues from a political journal for which he has been writing. Sitting at the dinner table is Marlene, one of the older Brownies that tied Joan to the end of the bridge when she was younger. Joan panics and repeatedly gets up to use the restroom.

Chapter 23. She begins her publicity circuit with an interview for a local talk show. In the interview she feels cornered by questions asking whether or not she is happily married, so she tells the truth: she wrote the book via Automatic Writing. Of course, the interviewer doesn’t...

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