The Edible Woman - Chapters 23-27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23: Marian’s aversion to food extends to rice pudding and she begins to wonder if she might really have a mental problem. She asks Ainsley if she is “normal” and Ainsley says that normal is not the same as average. Marian decides to not tell Ainsley about her food issue. She goes to visit Clara instead and Clara says that her aversion is probably just pre-wedding jitters. At Peter’s apartment, Marian cuts into a heart-shaped cake that she bought for Peter. She carefully takes a bite and has to spit it in the trash immediately. She delivers Peter his piece and watches to see if he has a negative reaction to the cake. He devours the piece without any concern and Marian is upset that the issue is clearly her and not the food.

Chapter 24: Marian goes to a salon to get her...

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