The Shoemaker's Wife - Chapter 26: A Carriage Ride Summary & Analysis

Adriana Trigiani
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Enza throws her arms around her old friend Laura and realizes she's very close to delivering her child. Laura says she didn't tell Enza about her pregnancy because the medical outlook for the baby has been iffy. They return to the penthouse apartment of Laura and Colin, where the girls swap pregnancy stories. The next morning, Ciro goes for a walk and ends up in Little Italy where he sees the storefront where Zanetti Shoe Shop had once operated; the building is vacant and "for rent." When Ciro returns, he and Enza return to the Metropolitan Opera for a quick sentimental journey. Enza sees a 20-year-old seamstress working at her old station and smiles. They also stop at the Automat for pie and coffee.

In the back of Enza'a mind is always the fear of facing life alone without Ciro; but...

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