Lucky Us - Part Three, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Amy Bloom
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Going Home, Going Home

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Eva realizes that she needs to go back to work at the salon, reading palms, if they are going to survive. She knows that the Torellis won’t allow them to stay much longer because they now have no butler or governess. There’s no reason for them to be in the carriage house any longer. In order to move, she needs money.

She tells Francisco’s sisters about her situation, but Bea has eloped and married someone; so, she can’t take them in. Carnie also can’t take her in as she’s engaged to be married. Francisco has a boy living with him, and there’s no room. While they are discussing her options they learn that President Roosevelt has died from an aneurism while at Warm Springs. Everyone is devastated and begins weeping uncontrollably...

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