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Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man Quotes

Fannie Flagg
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"I am an only child. Momma didn't even know she was going to have a baby."
Part 1, 1952: April 1, 1952, pg. 13


"Guess what? I saw the kittens being born...I'm never going to have children. No wonder Momma was mad at me for weighing nine pounds." Part 1, 1952: April 2, 1952, pg. 19

"I don't know why I want those things. I just do." Part 1, 1952: May 2, 1952, pg. 31

"According to Mattie Mae, there is a real live albino living in Beulah Heights. Her name is Ula Sour." Part 1, 1952: June 4, 1952, pg. 45

"Her family in Memphis had some heirlooms from General Lee, but the only thing General Grant left behind was empty whiskey bottles." Part 1, 1952: July 1, 1952, pg. 59

"I found out I got ringworm from Felix. If it gets in my head, they will have to shave off my hair. I'll be bald just like Eisenhower, and I am a Democrat."
Part 1, 1952: August 8, 1952, pg. 70


"The more I think about...

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