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Beth Hoffman
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Northerners are exactly like their weather – cold and boring.”
-- Camille (chapter 1 paragraph 25)

Importance: Camille tells Cecelia that northerners don’t possess a single iota of propriety or etiquette, claiming they are all a bunch of ‘sticks-in-the-mud’ like her father was. This comment is one of many that reveal the depths of Camille’s unhappiness and disappointment with her life.

Mr. Honeycutt, do you know where she was going all gussied up like that in the middle of the afternoon?”
-- Policeman (chapter 3 paragraph 8)

Importance: Carl and Cecelia learn that Camille was hit by an ice cream truck and killed, wearing the pageant dress and crown that she was wearing in the photograph in her scrapbook, and neither of them want to admit to the policeman who asks that she was just headed to the Goodwill to see if there was anything new.

I want you to know that I’ve got a big ole house with plenty of room...
-- Tallulah Caldwell (chapter 5 paragraph 12)

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