Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

De-hong and her husband are to join with a group of people traveling south. The trip is dangerous as civil war is still raging and De-hong wonders if she'll ever see her family again. The train rails are broken and they walk long distances each day, traveling forty days to reach their destination, Nanjing. De-hong is soon pregnant though she doesn't realize it until she's in the process of miscarrying. She is at an opera and asks Wang Yu to take her back to their army camp in his car. He refuses, saying his driver is enjoying the performance. She walks back and is on her bed, unconscious and bleeding, when Wang Yu arrives. She's taken to a hospital for an emergency operation and blood transfusion. Her first words upon opening her eyes and seeing Wang Yu at her bedside were...

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