Mama Day - Section 4 Summary (pages 140-165) Summary & Analysis

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George and Cocoa learn how to live together as man and wife. George turns to books on women’s cycles to explain her occasionally irrational behavior, and Cocoa learns to live with his exacting and practical nature and the rituals he has learned to live by. Cocoa says she wants to go back to college and does not want children right away, though George would like to have kids soon. Despite their differences, they are happy together.

When Cocoa returns to Willow Springs, she does not bring her husband. She takes her vacation in August, and George takes his week of vacation each year to attend the Super Bowl. Bernice is pregnant, which has helped heal her previously poor relationship with her critical mother-in-law, Pearl. Cocoa and Mama Day go out to the other place to tend to the gardens, and stop by...

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