The Ladies Auxiliary - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Tova Mirvis
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Chapter 4 Summary

In Chapter 4, many of the community ladies are at Kahn's Kosher Mart when they come across Batsheva doing her shopping. The ladies notice that Batsheva buys things that don't require cooking. Helen admits that she is tired of cooking special meals for Shabbos. Bessie admits that she buys her food from a restaurant then passes it off as her own. Mimi, the rabbi's wife, enters the store and to Helen and Bessie's surprise, she hurries to greet Batsheva instead of them. The ladies are jealous because Mimi and Batsheva seem to have formed a bond with one another.

The ladies call Mimi in an attempt to get information about Batsheva but Mimi does not give in to their questions and even has a bit of reproach in her voice for the questioners. They believe it is her way of insisting that they give...

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