The Samurai's Garden - Winter: December 5 through December 25, 1937 Summary & Analysis

Gail Tsukiyama
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Winter: December 5 through December 25, 1937 Summary

The December 5, 1937, entry begins with Stephen saying he's tried to paint but is having trouble getting started. Following the argument with Kenzo, Matsu is spending most of his time in the garden. Stephen feels the absence of Sachi. He decides to visit her, but he won't ask Matsu. He doesn't want Matsu to go along, but also doesn't want him to say "no" to the trip. Stephen tells Sachi that he was concerned that she might be ill and doesn't say that he knows about the argument with Kenzo. Sachi says that her presences in Tarumi has brought "great dishonor to all of you", then explains that Kenzo saw her. Sachi says that Kenzo believes they had all deceived him. Stephen touches Sachi's face and tells her that she doesn't have to hide "from us", referring to himself and Matsu. Stephen...

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