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Ecology of a Cracker Childhood Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19 through 21 Summary

Janisse Ray
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Chapters 19 through 21 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 19: Beulahland

Janisse's grandmother Beulah, on her mother's side, had a great influence on Janisse and her siblings—she was their strongest connection to normalcy. The kids would often visit her all day on Saturdays. They loved romping around her large farm, following cow paths, playing hide and seek around the hen house and scouting for snakes in the rough terrain. Beulah loved birds and was probably one of the first in the region to have bird houses that provided sanctuary for the feathered creatures. The kids loved her delicious meals and Janisse and Kay learned a lot about cooking and recipes from her. Without being too pushy, she tried to convince Frank and Lee to allow the kids to socialize more. After dinners on Saturdays, Beulah would turn her TV on for the kids but would make sure to turn it...

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