The Woman Who Walked Into Doors - Chapters 21-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-22 Summary

Still reminiscing about the past, Paula looks at old wedding photos and remembers that there were some happy moments on her wedding day. Paula admits that, although she and Charlo were in love, part of the reason she married Charlo was to spite her father, who hated him. They were engaged for a full year, and when they went to a jewelry shop to pick out an engagement ring, Paula lingered, knowing Charlo was embarrassed to be there. They daydreamed about the future and made plans to travel the world, but the most important thing was to get out of their parents' houses, no matter where. One evening, Charlo made Paula laugh by insisting on borrowing her panties and then eating a serving of chips out of them.

On Paula's wedding day, her father said nothing to her, although she knew...

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