The Kitchen God's Wife - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

They have an hour to pack and can only bring one suitcase each. They are headed to Kunming; a place so remote that Winnie believes even the Japanese could not be interested in. On the trip, they meet soldiers on their way to Chungking to set up a new capital. The soldiers tell them about the Rape of Nanking. Winnie realizes all this was going on while she was enjoying the scenery and local delicacies. She never again eats delicious white eel.

Chapter 13 Analysis

The pilots and their wives are evacuated to Kunming narrowly escaping the Japanese invasion. Although they have left almost everything they owned behind, they find themselves enjoying the breathtaking scenery, particularly the high mountain passes surrounded by clouds, and the food. However, just as anyone might remember where he or she is when a catastrophic event occurs, Winnie remembers what she was eating...

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