The Mare - Pages 328 – 359 Summary & Analysis

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In “Ginger,” Ginger says that it was Paul who would not allow Velvet to come live with them. She did not tell Velvet because she felt the girl would think Paul did not like her.

In “Velvet,” Velvet visited Spindletop. Velvet was impressed by how clean and ordered the stables were. When she told Joanne that she rode at Wildwood and was being taught by Pat, Joanne commented that Pat and Beverly were sweet.

In “Ginger,” Velvet looked troubled when Ginger picked her up from her lesson. Velvet asked Ginger how the women at the party were connected to Ginger and Paul. When Velvet asked about the red-headed lady that Paul had talked to at the party, Ginger said she did not know who she was and turned on the radio.

In “Velvet,” Velvet told the trainer at Spindletop she wanted to work on...

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