Looking For Salvation at the Dairy Queen - Part I: Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

Susan Gregg Gilmore
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Summary

Catherine Grace Cline is a young girl looking back on her years growing up in small Ringgold, Georgia. She tells the reader up front that as a child, she hated living in Ringgold. She reminisces about her childhood, the town's residence, her sister Martha Ann, and her daddy, the town's fiery Baptist preacher. Nobody important ever came to visit Ringgold, except one time the governor, and that wasn't exciting because she had to get dressed up and was uncomfortable. When she did see him, she wished he'd take her with him. The one thing in town that was special to her was the Dairy Queen. Catherine Grace and Martha Ann spent one day a week there, dreaming of the future and planning to leave town one day. They recall that they'd been to Atlanta twice when they were young, and longed to...

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