Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Joan is trying to finish her book, but cannot find a suitable ending for Charlotte. Joan believes there are two possible endings, the death of Felicia and the marriage of Charlotte and Redmond, or an attempt on Charlotte's life, with Redmond as her rescuer. Joan cannot find a way to kill Felicia, however, and Charlotte is becoming craftier in the eyes of Joan.

In the novel, Charlotte stands in front of the library window, and watches a man and woman walk into the maze. She hears a noise behind her and turns to find Redmond, filled with lust. Felicia and Otterly make love in the maze, and Felicia wishes Redmond would discover their secret. The coachman has seen the couple, and threatens to tell Redmond, as he has threatened in the past, but Felicia does not bribe his silence. Later, Felicia is sitting in front of her...

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