Coming of Age in Mississippi - Part 3: Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

Anne Moody
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It is very late when Anne arrives in New Orleans. She goes to Grandma Winnie's house, but when Winnie hears that it is Anne, she turns Anne away. Anne goes to her Uncle George Lee's house where her sister Adline is staying. George Lee is happy to have Anne stay with them. She collapses on the pull-out sofa and sleeps until nine o'clock the next night. Anne sleeps for an entire day and still does not feel rested. She decides that she needs to get a job and find a place of her own.

Anne secures a job at the old restaurant on Maple Hill. A few weeks later, Anne and Adline have enough money saved to put down a deposit on a small apartment. Anne's brother Junior lives with Grandma Winnie just around the corner, so he comes over just about every...

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