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Lady Oracle - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Joan is sitting on the porch of the flat, thinking of the price for her safety. She is bored, there is no one to speak with, and she is realizing the new life she envisioned for herself is not possible. While she has left the country where her old life existed, she has carried that life with her to new surroundings, and finds it impossible to leave that life behind. She imagines making love to the vegetable man, but knows the local society would shun her. She goes inside for food, realizes she has forgotten to place water in the bowl for the ants, and tries in vain to rescue them as they die. Joan decides to go to town for supplies, but notices there is something wrong, since none of the women wave or greet her. One woman even makes the sign of the cross. Even...

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