Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Redmond is in mourning over his deceased wife, Felicia. She and Otterly have both drowned, and Redmond plans to marry Charlotte. On the terrace, however, an enormously heavy woman comes to him, claiming to be Felicia. Redmond is insincere as he claims he is happy to see her, and Felicia realizes he does not want her as she asks for a kiss and begins undressing. She calls him Arthur, and she begins to fade.

Joan hears footsteps along the path, and sees Mr. Vitroni coming up the walk. She answers the door, and he asks to come inside. At the table, he hands her a bag with her tee shirt and jeans, stating his father found them buried. He informs her that the townsfolk know of the clothing burial, and are suspect of her because of it, and because she has cut her hair and wears dark...

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