Dixie Divas - Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

Virginia Brown
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Chapter 1

Eureka Truevine, known as Trinket, has just gotten divorced and moved back in with her parents. Trinket’s cousin named Bitty, who is also a good friend, talks Trinket into going to the home of Sherman Sanders to try to convince the man to put his house, The Cedars, on the historical society’s tour of homes. Trinket goes only to witness Bitty make a fool of herself over the man’s amazingly well kept home. Bitty also brought the man some chicken and dumplings. During the tour of the house, the soup is comically stolen by a local mule.

Chapter 2

On the following day, Trinket goes into town to try to find a job. When she has little luck at the City Hall, Trinket stops at a local diner for some cobbler. Just as Trinket is about to leave, Bitty rushes...

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