The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fifteen Summary

This chapter is written completely as a letter to Locke from Ginny. It takes her over a week to write and spans eleven printed pages. In it, Ginny asks for Locke's memories of their mother. Even though Locke is younger than Ginny, he was far closer to their mother than she was. Ginny remembers that her mother, like Tom, hated the tent revivals and would grow angry when Pa wanted to attend. Ginny hopes that Locke remembers what it was exactly that so infuriated their mother, so she can try to get an insight into Tom's anger. Ginny remembers her mother sitting stubbornly silent through a dinner where Pa had invited a traveling preacher to join them for a meal. She remembers her parents shouting at each other about the revivals and remembers her mother storming away from a church sing-along...

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