The Women of Brewster Place - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

They seemed like such nice girls. They had quietly moved into Brewster Place and it was not until they were noticed leaving in the morning and coming home in the evening that it settled in that they had moved in. Brewster Place waited to accept them; waited until it was plain there would be no wild parties or drunken friends; none of their husbands was encouraged to hang around their apartment to run errands for them. They did their own shopping and took the bus each morning and Brewster Place heaved a sigh of relief.

The women of Brewster Place easily accepted the taller, skinny one, but the shorter one was too pretty and had too much behind. However, eventually they noted their husband's roving eyes were not encouraged by the girl and they relaxed. Nice girls.

Then the rumor started, probably with...

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