What Was She Thinking? Notes on a Scandal - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Zoe Heller
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Chapter 10 Summary

By summer, Barbara gleefully reports that Sue is being edged out of the friendship. Barbara is able to put more time into the friendship than Sue can. According to Barbara, Sue begins spreading tales among the staff of St. George that Barbara and Sheba are just a little too close. Barbara is not bothered by it. She has been the victim of these types of rumors before. She is more concerned that Sheba will be upset, so she decides not to tell Sheba. Barbara has to be careful not to badmouth Sue to Sheba. Sheba is always willing to stand up to Barbara's negativity, so Barbara cannot dominate their friendship. Barbara finds it to be a novel experience. Even though it is never fun being told off, she thinks Sheba's bravery will only strengthen their bond.

Since Barbara does not believe she can...

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