The Ladies Auxiliary - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Tova Mirvis
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Chapter 10 Summary

In Chapter 10, it seems as if Batsheva has finally earned a place in Memphis. There are still things that remind the women that Batsheva was not born a Jew, but with the Rabbi's help, they even become accustomed to these things. Rena Reinhard continues to confide in Batsheva about her troubles with her husband. Leanna calls Batsheva for advice about her relationship with her in-laws. On Shabbos afternoons, the women find themselves at Batsheva's house. They ask her questions about the outside world.

Because Batsheva is doing so much for the community, the ladies decide to help her by finding her a new husband. This is where things seem to begin to go wrong again as Batsheva resists their attempts to fix her up. Although some of the women believe Batsheva is being uncooperative to spite them, Noami tells them that she has...

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