The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six Summary

Ginny and Tom get married in Pa's house. None of Tom's family come down for the wedding because Tom claims they aren't very sociable people. The couple receives a crystal lamp from David and Lily, and one hundred dollars from Pa. The couple moves into Ginny's old bedroom in Pa's house. After the ceremony, Pa continues to try to leave the new couple alone, but it is clear Tom is uncomfortable with that and just wants to get to work, so he milks the cows and builds a fire minutes after taking off his dress clothes. After the family goes to bed, Ginny and Tom awkwardly sit alone at the fire. Then Ginny goes upstairs to turn down the bed while Tom goes out to the outhouse to relive himself. To Ginny, it feels like he is gone for hours. When...

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