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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt - Chapters 27 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Beth Hoffman
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Mrs. Odell helps Oletta peel peaches for a little while, and then asks to use the phone to call her cousin Adele. When Cecelia sees her soon after, she is pale and tells Cecelia that she has nowhere to go and nothing of her own. Cecelia runs to get Tallulah and Oletta, and she tells them that when she called, Adele’s son Roy answered and told her that Adele had died of a stroke. He’d tried to reach her before she left but had been unsuccessful. The funeral had already been done, but Roy tells her she can stay in Adele’s house if she wants to, but she doesn’t know anyone there and has no reason to continue there. Instead, she tells them all, she will return to Ohio and perhaps rent somewhere. Tallulah hardly thinks about it before...

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