My Louisiana Sky - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-15 Summary

Tiger packs her bags and leaves with Aunt Dorie Kay after an emotional farewell to her parents. Dorie Kay drives Tiger out of rural Saitter past Bunkie, which is the farthest that Tiger has ever been from her home. During the drive, Tiger contemplates how different Aunt Dorie Kay is from her mother. Dorie Kay confesses how difficult it was to have Corrina as a sister and tells Tiger that Corrina was not born with her mental condition. Dorie Kay also tells Tiger to call her Doreen when in the city, which is Dorie Kay's given name. Then, Dorie Kay suggests that Tiger use her middle name, Ann, while in the city. Tiger thinks Ann Parker sounds plain, but agrees. When Tiger and Dorie Kay reach Dorie Kay's city apartment, Tiger is impressed with the building's swimming pool and the apartment's...

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