Women of the Silk - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Gail Tsukiyama
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Chapter 14 Summary

Pei felt a surge of memories come rushing back as she and Lin traveled. The colors and smells of the earth were vivid. The horizon seemed far and unmarred by buildings. The air was clean, unlike what she had become accustomed to in the city. In order to share this with Lin they opted to walk (instead of ride). Being closer to the ground felt better to Pei. Lin commented on the beauty of the countryside. Pei admitted that it was, but that she had never thought of it that way. When she lived there it had felt stifling, and her days had revolved around the farm.

They visited the village associated with Pei's parents' farm. What had once seemed a metropolis to a little girl now seemed small and dirty to the grown woman Pei had become. Pei was embarrassed by the...

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