The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Ten Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Ten Summary

Florrie and Lily come over to help Ginny can peaches. It is clear that neither Florrie nor Ginny want Lily's help as she can be annoying, but Ginny allows her to come anyway. When Lily arrives, she is wearing a nice dress, which she claims is an old frock, and peels only two peaches for each of Ginny's six. The conversation progresses awkwardly, with Florrie rolling her eyes at almost everything Lily says. Lily is a devout Christian, although it is clear she is somewhat hypocritical, which drives Florrie, who is not religious, crazy. Lily tells and long, boring story about losing her purse and making her husband, Joe, walk along the path toward church until he found it. As it turns out, the purse was not lost, but was mistakenly hidden underneath a pile of Lily's clothes. The women argue...

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