Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim - Chapter 6: Monie Changes Everything Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: Monie Changes Everything Summary and Analysis

David remembered when his wealthy great aunt Mildred visited them in Binghamton, New York, when he was just six years old. His mother had always referred to her as Aunt Monie, a cross between moaning and money. Sharon introduced her aunt to Lou and the kids. She had arrived in a new chauffeur-driven Cadillac. Aunt Mildred brought each of the kids a gift. David's gift was a marionette. She declined Sharon's offer to stay for lunch and left after a very short visit.

Aunt Mildred never visited again but she did pay for David to go to a camp in Greece. Sharon made David write a thank you note to Aunt Mildred but David kept putting it and never got around to it. Sharon, her sister and their homosexual cousin, Philip, visited Aunt Mildred. David...

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