The Samurai's Garden - Study Guide Spring: April 22 through May 30, 1938 Summary & Analysis

Gail Tsukiyama
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Stephen begins the entry by admitting that he hasn't written in his journal in weeks, and has been busy helping rebuild in Yamaguchi. Stephen says that he was first annoyed that Matsu interrupted Sachi's story, but realized the conversation had come to an end. Stephen says he feels cheated by the fact that he hadn't had time to "properly" thank her for sharing the story. Matsu and Stephen are headed back to Tarumi when Matsu asks Stephen if he's tired. He is, but hadn't mentioned it to Matsu. Stephen says it seems that he and Matsu have come to the comfortable point many people find after they live together. Matsu asks about Stephen's conversation with Sachi. He says that Sachi could have slept until noon when she and Tomoko were children. Matsu then picks up the story, filling in some gaps...

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