A Year Down Yonder - Gone with the Wind, and Ever After Summary & Analysis

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Gone with the Wind, and Ever After Summary

Gone with the Wind: Summer comes, and Mary Alice receives a letter from her mom and dad stating that they will soon be able to take care of her again: she will be moving back to Chicago. School graduation comes, with senior Royce among the small handful of graduating seniors. Miss Butler is now engaged to Arnold Green.

While planning for the all-school party, the sky turns a strange yellow and a siren goes off. A tornado is coming. Students are hustled toward the basement for safety, but Mary Alice is too concerned for Grandma's safety, and she leaves the school to go home. Once at Grandma's, Mary Alice and Grandma huddle in their small cellar as the worst of the tornado comes and goes. Grandma managed to grab Bootsie to save the cat from...

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