The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

Winter sets in and it is already colder than anyone remembers. Moody has become obsessed with imaginary outlaws hiding behind the barn that he wants to shoot, but Ginny won't let him outside in the freeze. Even though it's freezing out, there is much laundry to do and Tom offers to get Florrie. Protectively, Ginny insists on doing the laundry herself, not wanting Florrie to take that away from her as well. She and Tom fight outside about who should be doing the laundry in the freeze, and eventually Ginny wins. After, she isn't sure she has the strength to make it back to the house. When she does, her face is completely void of color and everyone is worried. Still insisting that she isn't sick, Ginny collapses as Tom brings her to bed. The next few days are a blur...

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