Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit - Leviticus Summary & Analysis

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Leviticus Summary

One Sunday afternoon, there are noises of "fornication" coming from "Next Door." Jean's mother sends her out for ice cream, then they sing hymns until the neighbors complain, which prompts them to sing louder.

Jean's mother serves as treasurer of the Society of the Lost. She'd been invited to the position when the former treasurer left the position to open a guest house in Morecambe. The guest house would be frequently used by church members over the coming years. Under her leadership, membership of the Society doubles. They meet a woman who makes wreaths and Jean later works for the woman on Saturdays, preparing wreaths and the dead for burial.

Leviticus Analysis

It's during a church service when the pastor preaches about perfection that Jean develops her first "theological disagreement. There follows a fairy tale in which a young prince searches for the perfect woman and takes...

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