If on a Winter's Night a Traveler - Chapter 7 and In a Network of Lines that Intersect Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 and In a Network of Lines that Intersect Summary

Chapter 7 finds the reader concerned that Ludmilla is late for their meeting. She calls the café and tells him to meet her at her home, where he can find the key under the mat. Soon after, Calvino begins writing to the "other reader" in the book, who he notes was introduced as a third person in chapter two but who now must become second person. Calvino speaks to Ludmilla, examining her character in depth. He explains that the second person character, "you," examines Ludmilla's kitchen to discover she cooks often and enjoys it. He claims the kitchen shows Ludmilla is an extroverted, sensual, methodical and imaginative woman. The reader examines the rest of the house finding many things that represent Ludmilla and locating a book collection that is small but personally...

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