The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Eleven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eleven Summary

Tom and Ginny begin work to repair their marriage again. Now, the two spend their days working together in the fields, building the largest garden they've ever planted. Tom has planted a surplus of vegetables so he can sell them in town and on the other side of the mountain where new houses are being built. Every evening he comes home and counts his money by the fire, storing it in an old cigar box, gleefully watching the fruits of his labor grow. After Tom counts the money each evening, the two sit and talk about what they would like to spend that money on. Then they climb into bed and make love they way the did when they were first married. One evening while they are making love, Ginny feels transported away, like she's hovering over the earth and she...

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