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Chapter 37: The Meaning of the Champagne Rose
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This chapter's epigraph comes from the opening lines of the novel, which were written by the same author as the epigraph in this chapter. The epigraph is a quote from the novel's first chapter, which was written by a young man who was a student at the same school as the protagonist. The young man, who is called "Tumyoi," asks the protagonist to kiss him in the classroom, but the protagonist is too scared to do so. He tells the young man that he has come to apologize to the protagonist, but he is afraid that he will scare the protagonist too much. The protagonist tells him that he is not mad at him anymore, and that he can say "I like you" sometimes, but that it is the hardest thing for him to do. He also says that the protagonist's fever seems to be getting worse. He thanks the protagonist for his service, and the protagonist thanks him for his help. He then asks for some shrimp paste to eat. He wishes that he could eat it six years ago, when he first made the wish. He says that he hopes everyone will be happy with the shrimp paste, and he hopes that his wish will always be fulfilled. He asks his sister-in law to spare him, and she says that her family restaurant will be very popular. She tells the protagonist that his father went crazy after he saw that his mother was in poor health. He probably lived in an attic for a year and cut his wrists
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Chapter 37: The Meaning of the Champagne Rose
This is a locked chapterChapter 37: The Meaning of the Champagne Rose
About This Chapter
This chapter's epigraph comes from the opening lines of the novel, which were written by the same author as the epigraph in this chapter. The epigraph is a quote from the novel's first chapter, which was written by a young man who was a student at the same school as the protagonist. The young man, who is called "Tumyoi," asks the protagonist to kiss him in the classroom, but the protagonist is too scared to do so. He tells the young man that he has come to apologize to the protagonist, but he is afraid that he will scare the protagonist too much. The protagonist tells him that he is not mad at him anymore, and that he can say "I like you" sometimes, but that it is the hardest thing for him to do. He also says that the protagonist's fever seems to be getting worse. He thanks the protagonist for his service, and the protagonist thanks him for his help. He then asks for some shrimp paste to eat. He wishes that he could eat it six years ago, when he first made the wish. He says that he hopes everyone will be happy with the shrimp paste, and he hopes that his wish will always be fulfilled. He asks his sister-in law to spare him, and she says that her family restaurant will be very popular. She tells the protagonist that his father went crazy after he saw that his mother was in poor health. He probably lived in an attic for a year and cut his wrists
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