3 Lily talked about three types of love; laotong love, mother love, and family love. Laotong love was between Snow Flower and Lily, they spend their childhood together until they got married. The love that Lily had for Snow Flower was inexplicable, they love each other as sisters, they took care one to other. Lily love Snow Flower for such a great girl, Lily admired Snow Flower for all the things that she knew about life. They spend their time be learning new thing from each other. Lily started to show some love for Snow Flower when they slept together in the upstairs chamber. Mother love was different from laotong love, the love that Lily had for her...
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...he fan about three sworn sisters that console her, Lily left that Snow Flower changed her for the sworn sisters, she stop writing to snow flower she felt unloved by Snow Flower. Lily try to burn all the things she has of snow flower and she didn’t knew anything about Snow Flower after eight years. When Snow Flower was about to die Lily went to see her and after few days she day, that day Lily found out all the truth about the sworn sisters, the true was that Lily didn’t understood the character because Snow Flower meant that she had three sworn sisters but not that they were hers. She went back to her house and one of her servants save those things that Lily tried to burn before they will be completely burn and in there was the fan that they wrote for years. All that time she was hungry with Snow Flower for something she didn’t understand in the nu shu characters.
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