Where the Heart Is Essay | Essay

Billie Letts
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Where the Heart Is - Highlights and Personal Opinion

Summary: Where the Heart Is by Billie Letts - This essay describes the highlights and gives my personal opinion of the book
Where the Heart Is - By Billie Letts

Highlights of the Story:

Novalee Nation is seventeen, seven months pregnant, 37 pounds overweight and superstitious of the number seven. Novalee and her boyfriend, Willy Jack Pickens, were on their way to start a new life in California. Novalee has dreams of a house without wheels and a real family, both of which she has never had before. She wants to document their journey with pictures for the baby by taking a photograph as they crossed over every state line. Willy Jack is getting impatient with Novalee having to go to the bathroom all the time. He also thinks her dreams and pictures are a silly waste of time.

After she makes Willy Jack stop for another bathroom break, he abandons Novalee at a Wal-Mart in Sequoyah Oklahoma. She is stranded with only $7.77 in her pocket and her Polaroid camera. Before...

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