The Ladies Auxiliary - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

In Chapter 13, the women of Memphis begin to see more and more faults in Batsheva when they begin looking. Becky Feldman contacts an old college roommate who lived in the same area of New York as Batsheva to see if she can find anything more out about Batsheva's past. Sarah confirms that Batsheva had an unusual relationship with another man after her husband died. She also mentions that for a while Batsheva had even stopped attending shul and had been seen eating in nonkosher restaurants. The women are shocked by the idea that Batsheva had a time of being unreligious because Batsheva had seemed so dedicated.

Tziporah decides to hold a special class to help right the wrongs of Batsheva's actions. When Tziporah calls Mimi about her class, she does not get the positive reaction that she had expected. Mimi explains that she...

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