Looking For Salvation at the Dairy Queen Symbols & Objects

Susan Gregg Gilmore
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Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen's power in Catherine Grace's life doesn't hold any rhyme or reason; it is simply her special place to have her own thoughts. When she is a young girl, it is where she dreams of moving away. As she grows, it is a place to visit with her boyfriend, Hank. In the end of the story, she is at the Dairy Queen when she cries out in grief and anger against her parents and receives some pointed but kind words from the Dairy Queen's proprietor about her own mistakes and blindness.

Preacher's Strawberry Jam

When Catherine's father grounds her from Dairy Queen for the summer, Catherine turns her hands to industry and spends the time making strawberry jam from her grandfather's crop. It is a task that teaches her to take a hand in her own life's plans. Later in the story, when Catherine...

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