Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man Themes

Fannie Flagg
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Family

This novel is about a young girl who is growing up healthy and happy despite the craziness going on all around her. Daisy Fay's father is an alcoholic who is always looking for the next big scheme that is going to make him rich. Daisy's mother is a good, Christian woman who married for love but finds that her husband has an eye for women—a tendency in her husband that she cannot control. Daisy's mother repeatedly tells everyone that she only stays with her husband for Daisy's sake, but it is clear to everyone that Mrs. Harper loves her husband. The fact that he strays from time to time is something she can overlook. However, the fact that he cannot hold down a job and burns down the malt shop for the insurance money is something she cannot overlook.

Daisy's friend Pickle has a father who...

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