The Kitchen God's Wife - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

On the walk to Peanut's, Winnie tells Jimmie how she has suffered in her marriage. Jimmie tells her he has loved her since they met and he thinks she is strong. She tells him she will get a divorce.

Winnie finds Peanut working on posters with an artist. Everything about her is different, from the way she cares for herself to the clothes she wears and the way she behaves. Peanut opens the gifts Winnie has brought rather than waiting until she is alone. Old Aunt has sent a mirror. Winnie has given her stockings, which she can see Peanut no longer wears. Peanut says she will sell them on the black market because she can use the cash. She has nothing for Winnie and tells her that she cannot be bothered with the old customs anyway.

Peanut tells Winnie that she could not stay in her...

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