Confessions of a Failed Southern Lady - Chapter 14 & 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 & 15 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 14, the Grope plans the liquor run to Memphis for the following Saturday, but Florence does not see Bres alone for the rest of the week, though she is filled with yearning when she fantasizes about Bres. Florence's study of the classic Southern belle begins with Tulaplee, a rich heiress who makes her callers wait for a long time. Unlike other malkins, Tulaplee is not afraid to treat males brutally and the idea of not being loved has clearly never occurred to her. By the end of the week, Florence realizes Tulaplee is not a malkin but a cuddly barracuda who demands respect. When Florence calls home Friday night, Herb says his ancestry is about to be defined in no uncertain terms and leaves his daughter with two hints to figure it out: the clipping Granny gave her about how...

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