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Lady Oracle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

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Chapter 18 Summary

Joan sits on a corner in Rome, and weeps, wishing she could have Arthur back. She sends him a postcard explaining she is not dead, and asks him to come for her. She does not sign it or include her address, since she assumes he will know where to find her. She imagines he will come for her, forgive her, and they can start again. She remembers the hair dye she needs, and locates some in a chestnut color. As she sits, reading a fotoromanzo and eating a gelato, she remembers experiences between Arthur and herself reading. A stranger appears at her table, and clearly flirts with her, but Joan immediately rises to leave. She thinks of the man in a sexual way, and mentally hurries Arthur. When Joan picks up her mail, she finds an airmail letter, with the word Bethune. Sam is letting her know...

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