Louisiana's Way Home - Twenty-Four - Twenty-Eight Summary & Analysis

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Louisiana woke in Reverend Obertask's office and he was gentle to her, asking her to relax while the funeral proceedings finished. After, he retrieved her luggage from the motel and drove her to the Allen's home. On the way, Louisiana told him her story again, filling in the blanks from before, but she did not tell him about Granny leaving her. She told him about the letter and he was moved to crying. He comforted her, reminding her that she has a choice in who she wants to be in life, and that perhaps it would be necessary to forgive her parents, even if she never understood why they abandoned her. At the Allen's, Louisiana was embraced warmly by Betty Allen, with whom Reverend Obertask had a conversation while Louisiana waited outside. When they were done, they came outside and for a...

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