Shizuko's Daughter - Chapter 13 – Silent Spring (March 1975) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary - Silent Spring (March 1975)

A week after Yuki had left for college, Hideki comes home to find cardboard boxes stacked up outside the door. Asking Hanae about them, she says she feels justified in throwing them out - the boxes from the attic and Yuki's own things - saying that Yuki would have taken them if she wanted them. Hideki says he'she is not so sure and that perhaps she had not taken them because there was no space where she was living.

Hanae is furious with Hideki for not having any authority over Yuki, because she is afraid that the neighbors will think she is a bad stepmother and that it is her that drove Yuki away from the house. Hanae says that from the way Yuki left it's obvious she'llshe will never write to them or ask them...

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