Louisiana's Way Home - Six - Nine Summary & Analysis

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Once in the dentist's office, Louisiana was met by the cold Mrs. Ivy, who refused to let Louisiana in without an appointment. Louisiana attempted to charm her but was repeatedly rebuffed, told that they were no open slots. Despite the standoff, Louisiana refused to quit and began speaking to an older woman sitting in the waiting room, asking her if she would give her appointment to Granny. The woman revealed her husband was seeing the doctor, and when Mrs. Ivy tried to force Louisiana to leave, Granny burst through the door, howling in pain. Louisiana was shocked to see her Granny in her state of distress. While Mrs. Ivy continues to refused them an appointment, Dr. Fox heard the commotion and came out, taking Granny with him.

While she waited, Louisiana spoke to the older woman, Carol Ann, who gave Louisiana a...

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