Lady Oracle - Study Guide Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Joan feels badly for hitting the man in the head with the bottle. She realizes now he is a complete stranger. On hitting him, the man is knocked out, and bleeds profusely. Joan calls Mr. Vitroni, explaining she believed the man was breaking into the flat. The man does not press charges, and Joan finds he is truly a reporter. She knows he simply wants the story, and she gives it, without lies. She knows she could have gotten out of the situation, but feels she could not leave the man in the hospital alone. She brings him flowers, and he lends her plane fare to return to Canada, so she can free Sam and Marlene. She knows Arthur will not take her back, and does not blame him. She admits she has no concrete plans following her return, other than writing science fiction books. However, Joan...

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