Dicey's Song - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12 Summary

Chapter 11. Gram tells the doctor she wants to take her daughter home, but the doctor protests that it would be too expensive. The nurse tells Gram that she could afford it if she has her daughter cremated. Gram agrees and the nurse calls the mortuary to begin the process. Gram and Dicey go to the funeral home and learn it will be three hundred fifty dollars plus the cost of the urn. Gram cannot find an urn she feels is good enough for her daughter. Dicey mentions the wood boxes she saw the day before and they quickly go to the store to buy one. When the man learns what the box is for, he gives them one for free. However, Gram is still worried about how she can pay the three hundred fifty dollars when she remembers the envelope Mr...

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