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There is no time for stargazing. We have a date with destiny.
-- Granny (One)

Importance: Awoken late at night, Louisiana is confronted with her Granny's cursed spirit. Granny drags Louisiana from her stable life and takes her along an adventure that really doesn't have anything to do with the younger girl. It is an ironic use of "we," as the curse and its accompanying destiny really belongs to Granny, not Louisiana. The statement also highlights Granny's continuous attempts to interrupt Louisiana's childhood innocence, as she is discouraged from stargazing and indulging in adolescent wonder.

Provisions have been made.
-- Granny (One)

Importance: This is a phrase repeated through the novel by Granny, and something that Louisiana remembers about her even after she is gone. It is a blind assurance, a hope that Louisiana will understand the events to follow. After Louisiana goes through her struggles, she is able to look back and understand that the phrase is...

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