The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four Summary

Tom continues to visit the Peace house during his courting of Ginny. Ginny finds that Tom does not like many things, including staying up late, hunting, drinking, and most importantly: talking about himself. He prefers to sit and listen, which is fine with the Peace family, who likes to talk. As time passes, Ginny feels more and more attracted to Tom, especially his strong body which bulges with much-used muscles. One Sunday afternoon, Ginny takes Tom to Sunset Rock, the place she likes to go to be on her own, at one with nature. She is worried about the snakes getting to them, but feels somewhat calmed when Tom is around. As they sit on the rock, Tom asks about the land Ginny's family owns, ignoring all her other questions. As they are walking back to the house, Ginny sees shooting...

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