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Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man Setting & Symbolism

Fannie Flagg
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Objects/Places

Daisy Fay's Lock Box

Daisy Fay's father buys her a lock box to keep her diary in after he learns that she occasionally writes about him, and Velveeta, the dishwasher, reads them then reports to Mrs. Harper.

Taxidermy Kit

Mr. Harper decides to learn taxidermy and has a kit delivered to him that includes everything he needs, including fake eyes.

Ice Cream Freezer

Mr. Harper keeps dead animals in the ice cream freezer to use in his taxidermy endeavors during the off season.

Fancy Pillow

A young boy, Jesse, leaves a fancy pillow to Daisy Fay when he dies. It is the only thing Daisy Fay has ever inherited.

Mule

Pickle's brother talks Daisy Fay into riding on his mule. The mule is stung by a bee shortly after Daisy Fay mounts it and it rides wildly down the main street, bouncing Daisy Fay around so hard that...

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