The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twelve Summary

Because he is so busy in the fields and Ginny has the new baby to look after, Tom hires Florrie to come in and help with the cleaning and washing everyday. He pays her one dollar a day, which infuriates Ginny. Soon after Florrie is hired, a new preacher comes to town for a brush arbor meeting. Ginny hasn't been to a revival in over two years and is desperate to go. When she arrives, she notices that the Gibson boys are standing around with rifles and she wonders if they've converted. During the service, it is clear that the Gibson boys, who hide in the darkness of the woods surrounding the tent, are there to disrupt service. They heckle and belch and do what they can to mock the Spirit. Suddenly, the begin shooting into the tent. Panicked, Ginny clutches...

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