Cross Creek - My Friend Moe and Residue Summary & Analysis

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My Friend Moe and Residue Summary

"My Friend Moe": Rawlings is friends with a man named Moe, who clearly is from an entirely different culture and tradition. Moe helps her once on a Sunday morning when her Negroes do not show up to help with the household. The farm animals are making trouble and are hungry, but the two cows refuse to come to their food, forcing her to bring it to them. Although inexperienced, Rawlings is forced to milk her cow, who kicks the bucket into her lap and kicks her in the stomach. Moe and his sons happen by and help her.

Moe's grandfather was superintendent of one of the oldest Florida orange groves, of which Rawlings now owns a part. Moe brings Rawlings an antique bed that belonged to a famous early grove owner, Major Fairbanks, which she...

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