Louisiana's Way Home - Twenty - Twenty-Three Summary & Analysis

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When Louisiana was unable to wake the Reverend, she picked up the pipe but was immediately confronted by Miss Lulu, who accused her of trying to steal the pipe. The Reverend woke in the commotion, and while initially befuddled from the events, sent Miss Lulu away before sitting down with Louisiana. He listened to Louisiana as she told him about her life, including Granny's lies, the curse, and being abandoned in an alley. He was sympathetic but Louisiana was disappointed when he told her he cannot cure her problems but could only listen to her. Feeling lonelier than ever before, Louisiana promised the Reverend that she would return to speak to him some more but her heart was not into it, as she did not smile with all her teeth.

Afterwards, she told Burke everything about her life and wondered if she...

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