This Burns My Heart: A Novel - Part 2: Chapters 6-7 Summary & Analysis

Samuel Park
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Part 2: Chapters 6-7 Summary

Several years have passed. Soo-Ja now has a three-year-old daughter. Soo-Ja is unhappy in her life. She and Min continue to live with his parents where Soo-Ja is treated no better than a common servant. On this day Soo-Ja's mother-in-law asks her to leave the house because they are expecting the first potential match for Min's younger sister from the matchmaker. Soo-Ja protests because it is cold outside, but afraid her mother-in-law will take her daughter, Hana, from her, Soo-Ja agrees. On the way out of the yard, Soo-Ja discovers no one has taken the fish from the pond in the yard. Soo-Ja struggles to take them from the pond by hand so that they will not freeze in the expected storm. As she finishes, Na-yeong's potential husband arrives. The man mistakes her for Na-yeong and then insists that...

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