Dixie Divas Quotes

Virginia Brown
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If not for long-dead Civil War Generals Ulysses S.Grant, Nathan Bedford Forrest, and a pot of chicken and dumplings, Bitty Hollandale would never have been charged with murder.
-- Trinket (Chapter 1 paragraph 1)

Importance: This quote not only introduces the conflict that will propel the plot, it also introduces the quirky tone and the Southern flare of the language.

While some days I feel my old age is already here, I figure it'll be a few years yet before I can spend money without worrying about having to live under a concrete overpass and eat cat food inmy 'golden' years.
-- Trinket (Chapter 2 paragraph 2)

Importance: This quote shows Trinket's sense of humor and her view of her advancing age.

I've recently realized that childhood memories and adulthood expectations are often at complete odds with reality.
-- Trinket (Chapter 4 paragraph 1)

Importance: This quote shows Trinket's growing frustration with her parents as well as her growing appreciation for how they felt when she was younger.

My mother...
-- Trinket (Chapter 6 paragraph 5)

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