Cold Sassy Tree - Chapter Seven - Eight Summary & Analysis

Olive Ann Burns
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Chapter Seven - Eight Summary

When people come to call after Granny's death, Love Simpson is there to help.

Grandpa Blakeslee had Will come over early the morning after the wake. They spend much of the day weaving roses into cloth because Granny had once said that she "wouldn't mind dying if she could be buried in a bed of roses," so Grandpa does just that. He and Will nail the rose covered cloths to the grave walls and floor.

Remembering this act of caring, Will is certain that his grandfather loved his grandmother, regardless of the fact that he knows his grandfather wanted Love before his Granny was dead.

Will is sad not only for Granny and Grandpa Blakeslee, but also for his best friend, Bluford Jackson.

Chapter Seven - Eight Analysis

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