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Dandelion Wine Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 180 - 187 Summary

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Pages 180 - 187 Summary

Great-grandma, an active, spry woman in her nineties, knows it is time to die. She has worked her whole life keeping family and home in order, but now they need to tend to her. Children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren surround her bed. She summons Tom first and offers parting words in a way he can understand. She explains that, when you see a movie in which the same cowboys are shooting the same Indians, it's time to head home, with no regrets or looking back up the aisle. In other words, she is leaving life still entertained. Next she speaks with Douglas. He is worried about who will fix the roof shingles next spring, a chore she has always done. Great grandma tells him to ask around, and whichever face lights up the most is the one that should do the task. Sensing Douglas is...

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