The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Two Summary

Ginny describes herself as the most hardworking of all the Peace children. She has dark hair and eyes and is extremely awkward in social situations as she is deeply embarrassed of her large hands and feet. Once, Ginny had a slight romance with Mr. Simcox, a traveling teacher from Asheville. He came to stay with the Peace family while he was passing through, and he and Ginny had much in common. One evening, after the family went to bed, Tom and Ginny sat up by the fire discussing books and politics, when Tom leaned in to kiss her. When he did, he knocked over the churn, which clattered to the ground spilling scorched milk everywhere. The entire family woke up to find Tom, red faced, deeply embarrassed. Ginny found the whole incident to be quite funny, and realized that she and...

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