Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Joan rises after a few hours and realizes her feet are not as badly wounded as she first imagined. She knows she will have to limp through town, where the villagers believe her to be a witch, and suddenly wonders if her mother named her after Joan of Arc. Joan goes to the post office, and receives another package. Inside, Joan finds a letter from Sam's attorney, informing her Sam has been arrested for her murder. Inside the package are also news clippings, stating Sam and Marlene have been arrested, having been fingered by the family Joan saw picnicking on the beach. They had seen the article about the life preserver, and knew Marlene had not thrown one.

On inspection, police discovered there was no preserver on the boat. Additionally, they found Joan's dress on the boat, and the family, the Morgans, told police they had heard...

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