Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Joan continues to write her novel. Felicia intrudes on Redmond and Charlotte, accusing Redmond of infidelity. Charlotte is suddenly sure it was Felicia who attempted to lure her into the maze, and suddenly feels badly for Redmond, believing his actions to be caused by Felicia's jealousy. As the two argue, Charlotte defends herself angrily, and runs from them, only to have a heavy stone ornament fall near her, and she realizes someone is trying to kill her.

Joan is typing at the table, and is forced to look at the keys, since the k of the typewriter does not work. She wonders where Arthur is, and remembers his arrival after her return to Canada following her mother's death. In the memory, Arthur arrives at Joan's rented house, and the proprietor refuses him entrance, instead informing Joan of his presence outside. When Joan runs to greet him, he...

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