Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man - Study Guide Part 1, 1952: September 4, 1952-November 8, 1952 Summary & Analysis

Fannie Flagg
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September 4, 1952. Mr. Grimmett tells the Harpers that Edna was never married before, and he is glad that he was able to get her married to a sailor. Daisy is angry and thinks Mr. Grimmett is lying about Edna. September 6, 1952. Daisy received a letter from Mr. Grimmett apologizing for the lies he told about Edna. Daisy notices that Mr. Grimmett writes a lot like her mother. Before school begins, Daisy and her dad are going to participate in the Big Speckled Trout Rodeo Contest in which the person who catches the biggest fish will win. Mr. Harper already has the winner in his freezer. September 13, 1952. Daisy has learned that Kay Bob Benson is the result of artificial insemination, or what she calls incinerator. September 15, 1952. Daisy and her father spend the days during the fishing contest playing on the banks of the river, out of...

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