The Ladies Auxiliary - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Tova Mirvis
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Chapter 8 Summary

In the fall, the Jewish women of Memphis become pre-occupied with the coming High Holidays. During the holiday of Sukkot, Batsheva gets the whole neighborhood involved in building her sukkah. Mimi and Yosef even get in on the action. Mimi is excited about the way that the whole community has gotten involved in the spirit of Shabbos. The ladies assure that Batsheva that as she celebrates Sukkot for as many years as they have, it will become boring to her as it has to them. She has the women string beads on yard to hang on the outside walls of her sukkah. Even Mrs. Levy gets excited about the beadwork. Later, as all of the families celebrate Sukkot, there is a distant wish in each of the women's heart that they had been invited to join Batsheva and the odd group of people...

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