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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt - Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Beth Hoffman
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Cecelia oversleeps and, coming down the stairs, she hears Aunt Tootie expressing her concerns with Oletta that Cecelia refuses to talk about her mother and shows no grief. Oletta admits that Cecelia had spoken to her once, and assures her that Cecelia will grieve when she is ready. Cecelia wishes her aunt would just leave things alone.

Tallulah takes Cecelia out for breakfast and while sitting there, they hear two men discussing the demolition of the old Pemberton house, saying that by nightfall it will be destroyed. Tallulah turns and confirms that it is the Pemberton place they are discussing, and then hurries Cecelia out to the car. She drives to a phone booth and makes a call before speeding to the Pemberton house, bemoaning the way we have become a society that throws everything away.

A large crane and ball are in...

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