Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Upon their return to Canada, Joan immediately calls the Royal Porcupine, and the two meet. Joan informs him their relationship has to be light, to which he agrees. Joan finds herself finally able to live out her fantasies of dancing, hunting in junk shops for nineteenth-century clothing, and wearing period clothing during sexual liaisons. The two also eat Kentucky Fried Chicken, from which the Royal Porcupine wants to save the bones and make wire creations from them, using Joan's name. Joan refuses, noting that Arthur would discover her infidelity. It becomes clear her lover is beginning to resent Arthur, as he tells Joan of his other women. Joan, slightly offended, pretends to be lighthearted about the circumstances. She feels guilty, but continues her activities. Marlene has moved out of Joan's home, and gone back to Don, but is still seeing Sam. Arthur is clearly unhappy with his...

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