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Lady Oracle - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Joan tells Arthur of her upcoming book, and tells him it is about the male and female roles in society. Arthur is at first taken aback, but tells her they should celebrate, and asks her to join him for dinner with two new friends, Don and Marlene Pugh. When they arrive, however, Joan recognizes Marlene as one of her tormentors from Brownies. She excuses herself hurriedly, and runs to the restroom, full of self-pity, guilt, and shame. She cries, but realizes she cannot stay in the bathroom, and returns to the table, hoping Marlene does not recognize her. A man named Sam, who is not introduced to Joan, has joined them, and the group is discussing cultural imperialism. Joan is not included in the discussion. Joan confronts Marlene, stating she believes they went to Brownies together, but Marlene does not recognize her. When Joan receives a fortune...

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