Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe - Pages 353 - 395 Summary & Analysis

Fannie Flagg
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On December 9, 1956, Dot Weems writes that the post office in Whistle Stop is set to close, just another closing in the long line that includes the Whistle Stop Café and the beauty shop. She lists some of the Whistle Stop residents that have moved away. She also reports that Vesta Adcock’s house was broken into, and that someone stole her purse from her car while she was visiting the cemetery. It’s clear that times are changing.

In 1986, Evelyn Couch brings Mrs. Threadgoode a plate of perfectly fried green tomatoes. While Mrs. Threadgoode is eating her meal, Evelyn gives Geneene, the nurse, an envelope of money and asks her to ensure that Mrs. Threadgoode is given any special food she wants while Evelyn is away. Before she leaves that afternoon, she gives Mrs. Threadgoode the phone number and address of...

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