Memoirs of a Geisha - Chapters Twenty-One and Twenty-Two Summary & Analysis

Arthur Golden
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A party is held by the Baron, and Mameha convinces him to invite both the Doctor and Nobu. Sayuri manages to balance her attentions between the two men, but it is clear that they do not like each other. Later, they are the only two men left at the Baron’s home. They view the Baron’s collection of kimonos in his underground museum, and the Baron is displeased to discover that Mameha won’t attend his blossom viewing party the following week in Hakone. He insists that she send Sayuri in her place. Mameha isn’t pleased, but she is unable to refuse. She warns Sayuri to be wary of the Baron when she goes.

When Sayuri arrives at the Baron’s summer house, she sees that most of the other girls are Tokyo geishas. He introduces her and tells her that her job...

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