Shizuko's Daughter - Chapter 10 – The Golden Carp (August 1974) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary - The Golden Carp (August 1974)

Sitting at his desk in his study, Yuki's father gives her a letter from her aunt Aya whichthat had ostensiblyapparently been included in a letter addressed to him. Since her mother's death, Yuki had written to her aunt and grandparents once a month, but the only letter she had received in the last five years was an invitation to her youngest uncle's, Saburo, wedding. Her father had not allowed her to go.

Her father tells her that her aunt Aya is getting married and that because he owes her a debt for having looked after Yuki for the year following Shizuko's death, he will allow Yuki to attend. In her room, she hears her father and stepmother arguing, she can'tcannot hear the words but assumes that her stepmother is upset because Hideki is allowing...

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