Francie - Word From Daddy and Crawdads Summary & Analysis

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Word From Daddy and Crawdads Summary

Word From Daddy:

Daddy's letter apologizes and says he is now thinking he can bring them to Chicago next spring. All three of them cry with disappointment, and Francie thinks maybe he actually does have another family. She can no longer picture his face. Mama has fixed a nice breakfast for them, but Francie feels angry, even at Jesse, for not saying thanks or goodbye.

At Miss Beach's house, Francie sees a photo on Miss Lafayette's dresser of a man. She decides she will marry a man of intelligence and means, not a railroad man. Treasure, the hated cat, plops on a pile of clean linens and refuses to get off, so Francie yanks the sheet and the cat flies across the kitchen. Angry, Miss Beach accuses Francie of stealing a half can of smoked...

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