Foxfire 9 - Life Is Good Summary & Analysis

Eliot Wigginton
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Life Is Good Summary and Analysis

In "Life Is Good," Dana Holcomb, a Foxfire student, interviews her grandfather D.B. Dayton. Her grandfather lives in a bricked over trailer next to the general store he owns. His daughter runs the store now, giving him time to do woodworking and tend his beehives. D.B. explains that his parents were very strict and that his father had heart problems for many years before he died. His mother was crippled for most of her life due to an incident as a child that broke her spine and leaving her crippled in one leg. He recounts stories of his mother and father getting along well until Christmas, the only time of year his father drank. Then his mother would yell. He also discusses his father as well as himself having to pay poll taxes to vote...

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