Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Joan's character, Charlotte, is remembering her mother fondly, and recalling their last moments together before her mother passed away. As Charlotte works on Felicia's jewels, she thinks of how they look against her skin, but shakes the thoughts away. She hears Felicia outside talking with an unknown man, and hears her mention Redmond's lack of suspicion, although Charlotte does not know to what Felicia is referring. Redmond comes in behind her and approaches her, smelling of alcohol, as Charlotte recalls stories of Redmond's behaviors with other women. As Redmond attempts to kiss her, she picks up a book to hit him with, reminding him of his duty as her employer. Felicia and the unknown man appear, and the unknown man applauds her defenses. Felicia asks Redmond how long Charlotte will be working on the jewels, and Redmond tells her to ask Charlotte herself as he and Otterly...

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