Shizuko's Daughter - Chapter 9 – Homemaking (November 1973) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary - Homemaking (November 1973)

In the homemaking class, Yuki and her group prepare tempura; it is Yuki's job to cook the rice. As usual, her group is the slowest. Throughout, she is thinking of the next class in which she would have to dissect a frog and the thought makes her sick to her stomach. She had asked her biology teacher, Mr. Wada, to allow her not to dissect the frog, but he would not relent. She had been thinking about the dissection for the whole day.

The first time the class had met, Miss Sakaki had divided them into six groups and instructed them to bake cupcakes. Yuki's group's cupcakes overflowed and bubbledoverflowed, bubbled and trickled down to the broiler. Yuki had gotten her sketchbook and had just finished sketching the batter when Miss Sakaki rushed over, shouting only at Yuki...

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