Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapters 30 - 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30. Joan is miserable in Italy by herself. She realizes now that with no one to know she is alive, she may as well be dead. She picks up a package from Sam that includes a note about how she has become even more famous in her death. He’s included clips from newspapers. As Joan is reading them, she sees that Marlene includes the detail that she threw her a life preserver, but that Joan didn’t grab it. This implies that Joan’s death was a suicide. Joan worries about the inconsistencies in the story, but cannot bear to read through all of the newspaper clippings.

Chapter 31. Joan chooses to ignore the fact that the papers are suggesting that her death was suicide and focus on finishing her novel. She works for the following three days, but decides that she doesn’t want to write...

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