The Guineveres - The Assumption - Sacrifice Summary & Analysis

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In The Assumption, Vere explains that The Guineveres arrived at the convent over a period of two years and now wish to escape. They hide in a parade float they have built to be pulled by one of the nuns in the Assumption of Mary parade. The girls hold no illusions about being anything like Mary since they are constantly reminded of their sins.

Vere arrived at the convent at the age of 13, left there by her mother. She shares her name with Saint Guinevere, who was beheaded and rose from the dead. Vere is a sensitive girl who still has faith in God. Ginny arrived eight months later. She considers herself an artist. Winnie arrived eight months after Ginny. She is an intimidating figure and the other girls at the convent are sometimes afraid of her. Gwen, a beautiful blonde...

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