The Ladies Auxiliary - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Tova Mirvis
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Chapter 7 Summary

In Chapter 7, the people of the community begin to notice how well Batsheva has bonded with the teen girls. She even invites the girls over one Shabbos afternoon. She takes her cues from the girls and they ask all about her life. She talks about the experiences that she had before she became a Jew and shows them her tattoo when they ask. Batsheva tries to explain to the girls how she believes now in the modesty of the clothes the Jews wear but Shira argues that the dress code is superficial. Batsheva learns that the girls want reasons for the things that the adults ask them to do. She tries to explain the them that if they were to give up their religion, they would eventually realize that they had given up a special part of their life.

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