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Because of Winn-Dixie Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

Opal proceeds to tell Gloria Dump everything about herself. She tells Gloria about being a preacher's kid, the 10 things that she knows about her mother, and about finding Winn-Dixie in the produce department of the grocery store. After listening to Opal's story, Gloria suggests that the two of them plant a tree together. It's a "wait-and-see tree." Gloria explains to Opal that she'll have to wait for it to grow to see what it is.

Opal is enchanted. Gloria tells Opal that as long as this is her garden, Opal and Winn-Dixie are welcome any time they wanted to visit. After getting home, Opal tells the Preacher all about her day and what happened with the Dewberrys and Gloria Dump.

Chapter 10 Analysis

Opal's life is changing. Although she may have been sad and lonely once, her life in this new town is getting better. At the beginning...

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