The Beet Queen - Part 2, Chapter 8, 1953 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 8, 1953 Summary

Sita Kozka. Sita is married to the health inspector, Louis, who has quit his job and become the county extension epidemiologist. They live in the house Jimmy built. Louis grows worms in their backyard to experiment with their effects on certain crops. They no longer go to church and Sita worries about this lack of religious servitude. One afternoon, Sita goes outside to work in her garden and finds Karl asleep in the bushes. Karl introduces himself. Sita offers to allow him to stay for lunch. Karl goes into the house while she is preparing the meal and asks to use the bathroom. When he leaves, he leaves a book on the table that he has been holding. Sita at first thinks he is trying to sell the books and picks it up to look at. Then Sita recognizes it as...

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