Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Joan realizes the affair with the Royal Porcupine is the beginning of a double life, but also realizes she has always had this life. She feels she has always had a reckless twin, but on deeper thought believes there are far more than two personalities within her. When the Royal Porcupine asks when he can see her again, she replies she will call him, and goes home. Arthur is not home, and Joan cries, knowing she can never be the type of woman Arthur can respect. When he returns home at two in the morning, he reveals he has been at Marlene's. Joan, fearful at first, discovers Marlene has told Don of her affair with Sam, and Don struck her. The group immediately called a meeting, during which Sam informed Marlene she could not move in with him. Arthur has brought Marlene to his and Joan's home...

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