My Point-- and I Do Have One - Chapters 2, 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 2, 3 and 4 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 2, A Letter to My Friend, Ellen begins the chapter with a letter to her friend Morgana. In her letter, Ellen apologizes for her behavior at the woman's party. First she mistakenly adds two bottles of rum in the rum cake instead of two tablespoons, but Morgana's nephews have to learn about hangovers at some point anyway. Ellen expresses her regret in blurting out that Morgana used to be known as "Large Marge" and for calling Reverend Green some foul names when he keeps incorrectly guessing the movie title she is acting out in charades.

Most of all she is sorry that she has mistaken the party as Morgana's wedding shower rather than what it actually is. It turns out to be her grandmother's 90th birthday celebration. If she knew, Ellen would not have gotten a present of...

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