Hope Was Here - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

Joan Bauer
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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

Chapter 5

Back at the the Welcome Stairways, the diner was packed. Hope was given the counter to take care of and Addie was struggling to keep up with all the orders. Sheriff Greebs entered and announced that the diner had too many people and was over the safety limit. He ushered some of the diners outside. Lou Ellen was annoyed that Hope filled the coffee cups of the guests at one of her tables. Someone hollered across the room to G. T. and asked him if the campaign would be too hard on him. He responded that he was focused more on living than on dying. He said that he tried to talk to the mayor about the dairy farm's unpaid taxes but he refused to discuss it with him.

Flo introduced Hope to her friend Brenda Babcock, who was a...

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