Shizuko's Daughter - Chapter 4 – Irises (April 1970) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary - Irises (April 1970)

After pouring herself a glass of orange juice, Yuki returns upstairs to her room where she begins to unpack the boxes containing her things that her aunt Aya had sent from Tokyo. As she does so, she remembers back to the time when, just two years ago, she and her mother had packed their things to move to this house.

It had been a Saturday in early April and by eleven Yuki had almost finished packing her things. The movers would arrive at three. Her father was on a business trip at the time; he spent a great deal of time away from home. When she was done, she went to the kitchen and began to pack the plates and glasses, carefully wrapping them in newspaper first, before packing them in boxes. Yuki could remember where they bought...

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