Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Joan recalls working as an arrow girl for the local Sportsmen's Show, which she loved. She stands at the back of the archery range and rents out arrows, stopping to pull the arrows from the targets when she needs more to rent. Rob and Bert are the other arrow pullers. The trouble is that the employees cannot make sure all arrows have been shot prior to cleaning the targets, so they run the risk of being shot. One afternoon, someone shoots Joan in the buttock, and she is forced to have the wound cleaned. After her shift, Rob takes her home, and pats her on the knee. Joan considers this her third sexual experience.

As she walks in the door, her parents inform her of Aunt Lou's death. Aunt Lou has left Joan two thousand dollars, provided she can lose one hundred pounds. Joan and her mother...

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