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The Kitchen God's Wife - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Winnie says she was not always as negative thinking as Pearl and Helen say. Helen, she says, is the one who sees something good and thinks something bad. She believes life taught her to be more cautious than most.

Three days before Winnie's wedding, a jealous Peanut repeats gossip she has heard about the Wen family and other tales told by the men over drinks. She warns Winnie not to love Wen Fu too much, and then tells her a story about a newlywed couple who got stuck together during the act. The husband died when his wife, who loved him to much, squeezed the life out of him.

Winnie then recalls her wedding night. She screamed when her husband took off his clothes and his "Ji-ji" looked nothing like that of her little boy cousins. Winnie then makes up her own story about the...

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