The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Fourteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fourteen Summary

Ginny continues to heal and begins taking on much more of her own housework. When Florrie keeps coming to help, Ginny becomes more and more annoyed. Finally, she snaps, accusing Florrie of trying to steal her husband. Then she tells Florrie to leave her house and that they don't need her help anymore. When Tom finds out what Ginny has done, he seems to sense the truth behind Ginny's anger and doesn't say anything. He returns to sleeping in her bed. For the next few weeks, it continues to snow. Even though the effects of her pneumonia last for weeks after Ginny breaks her initial fever, she soon realizes that she is pregnant again. Soon after announcing the news, Ginny feels the urge to attend another revival. Tom adamantly demands that she stay home, but Ginny will not listen. He physically...

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