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Rules of Civility - Fall - Chapter 20: Hell Hath No Fury, Chapter 21: Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Tempest-Tost, Chapter 22: Neverland Summary & Analysis

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Fall - Chapter 20: Hell Hath No Fury, Chapter 21: Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Tempest-Tost, Chapter 22: Neverland Summary

Chapter 20: Katey learns to appreciate the works of Agatha Christie, partly because they are formulaic. In her mystery novels, everyone gets what they deserve. At work, Katey bears her punishment for playing hooky and does extra work to regain her place in Mason Tate's good graces. At home, she receives an invitation to meet with Anne Grandyn. Katey tears up the invitation, then considers what she should wear. Hercule Poirot wouldn't turn down such an opportunity, she rationalizes. Katey meets with Anne. Anne remarks that Katey is rather well-read for a working-class girl, and Katey replies that all of her well-read friends seem to be working-class, because reading is the cheapest form of...

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