Grotesque in the "Nobody Knows" chapter of the book "Winesburg, Ohio" ?

So I'm reading the book "Winesburg, Ohio" by Sherwood Anderson and in every chapter I have been able to point out what makes that specific character "grotesque" (defined in the first chapter)

But in the Nobody Knows chapter, I cannot find what makes Louise Trunnion grotesque. I just don't get the purpose or the lesson of that chapter. Could someone help me and explain the meaning of that chapter? I understand the plot but nothing more than that.

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