A Reliable Wife - Part 3 - Wisconsin, Winter into Spring, 1908 - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 - Wisconsin, Winter into Spring, 1908 - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

Chapter 21: After Antonio arrives, he moves into his own room in the Italian house some distance from the room shared by Truitt and Catherine. Aware that he is watching them Truitt and Catherine, in turn, become more quietly intimate. One night, Truitt confesses that Antonio reminds him of Emilia, and tells Catherine about the end of Emilia's life - how she moved to Chicago with the piano teacher (Moretti), refusing to get a divorce because she was Catholic ... how Moretti left her ... how Truitt sent her money ... how she refused to have anything to do with Antonio. Over the years, Truitt says, he heard stories of her many affairs, her drug use, her drinking, her being robbed, and finally her getting tuberculosis. In a last effort to...

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