Edna in the Desert - Chapters 1, The Cure – Chapter 6, The Boy Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1, The Cure – Thirteen year-old Edna is being driven by her parents, Jill and Edward, and her little brother, Brandon, to the home of her grandparents for the summer. Edward, is a successful and very wealthy film director who is very traditional when it comes to family. He is in charge. Jill is a much-sought-after etiquette blogger with her own manners company, Shimmer. Edna is a late-bloomer, is very rebellious, disrespectful, and is often mean. As a result of this and an incident at school with gym socks and a substitute teacher, Edna will be spending the summer with her grandparents in Desert Palms, California. Edna’s grandparents have lived in the desert since after the war when Grandpa was sick. There is not much around, Jill explains. Jill reminds her daughter to be a good guest, and that...

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