Because of Winn-Dixie - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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There are times when Miss Franny Block suffers seizure-like symptoms in the middle of telling stories. Winn-Dixie, who likes to hog the only fan in the library, is sitting by Miss Franny's side when she has a seizure. She shakes so violently that she reminds Opal of how Winn-Dixie looked when he was reacting to a loud thunderstorm.

One day at the library, Opal decides that she wants to read a book to Gloria Dump. She asks Miss Franny for a suggestion, and together they decide upon Gone with the Wind.

That's when Opal learns about Miss Franny's great-grandfather, Mr. Littmus W. Block. Just as Opal and Winn-Dixie are settling in for a good story, Amanda Wilkinson crashes through the library door. Amanda is very demanding, but Miss Franny does not let her take over. After all, she is about to tell the story of her great-grandfather...

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