The Ladies Auxiliary - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Tova Mirvis
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Chapter 2 Summary

The Jewish ladies of Memphis continue to make their case against Batsheva as she comes in late to shul. The ladies believe that her dress is too provocative for church, that she sits too close to the front of the shul and that she sings too loudly. Leanna, who is not a native from Memphis, wishes they would give Batsheva a break. Leanna does ask Tziporah if they are supposed to ostracize Batsheva just because Tziporah has a bad feeling about her.

After shul, Batsheva and Ayala stand at the edge of the crowd. Naomi Eisenberg is the first of the group to introduce herself to Batsheva. She gets an immediate feeling that she and Batsheva could be good friends. She decides not to ruin Batsheva's positive idea about the community by telling her it was great if you worked to be like...

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