Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapters 34 - 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34. Joan decides to run away and begins packing only the essentials. While she is packing she realizes what is wrong with her novel: Charlotte has to go into the maze despite the danger. She decides that she will focus on her book once she has escaped. In a nostalgic reverie, she remembers waltzing with the Royal Porcupine and mimes it on the terrace, where there is still broken glass. She cuts her feet and realizes that she is going to have a difficult time running away with cut feet and a car with no gas.

Chapter 35. Joan goes to the post office to pick up a package. Inside is a letter from Sam’s lawyer requesting that she assist in setting Sam free. A family on the shore saw Joan fall overboard and did not see a life preserver thrown to her as Marlene had said...

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