Lila - Section 10: pages 121-132 Summary & Analysis

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Feeling her child move for the first time in October, Lila promises to stay in Gilead for a while since it is safe and he'll like it here. Lila spends her days cleaning, while the Reverend worries that she is not taking care of herself properly. Lila also spends her time reading the book of Ezekiel because she is intrigued by the idea of such a desolate and reproached people; she hates people who look down on others because of their appearance like many viewed Doll because of the mark on her face.

One evening, Reverend Ames talks about his family and asks about Doll, and although Lila does not mind him remembering who she is for a minute, she does not want to frighten him too much. As they discuss Ezekiel, Lila feels like her husband is laughing at her, but...

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