The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake - Part Two: Joseph, Chapters 13-19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 begins Part Two, which is titled “Joseph.” Rose explains how her parents met at a garage sale, which Paul’s friend Carl had. Lane arrives looking for a velvet footstool. They do nott have one, but Paul asks to join her as she continues to look at other sales. He later calls Carl and tells him to pick up velvet from the store and recover the footstool that they have in the house. Carl does not want to do that, but he agrees and asks his girlfriend to help. When they return to Carl’s garage sale, Lane sees the velvet footstool. Paul suggests that someone must have traded the footstool for something else at the sale. When they later marry, Carl tells the story about the footstool at the wedding, which Lane had not heard before. Rose asks...

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