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Hard Laughter - The Town Where I Live Summary & Analysis

Anne Lamott
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The Town Where I Live Summary

Jen wakes up with her friend Megan, since Megan has spent the night at Jen's cabin. Jen lives rent-free in an old cabin that used to belong to her grandparents. She loves having ten-year-old Megan come over and feels Megan understands her better than most grown-ups. Jen likes being around Megan because Jen can just be herself without worrying that Megan will judge her. Megan remarks that she can not believe that Jen cleans houses for a living because Jen is such a spectacularly bad housekeeper. Jen lives in squalor with an ancient alley cat prowling around peeing on things. Jen cleans house for three locals each week, and the money she makes from it is enough that she can spend the rest of her time writing, which is what she really likes to do. Jen gets up to...

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