So B. It - Go, Good, AGain, and Blue Summary & Analysis

Sarah Weeks
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Once her journey begins, Heidi meets two people who impact her. The first person is Alice Welinsky. She is on her way to a big family re-union about which she chatters non-stop. Self-involved by nature, she talks endlessly. She doesn’t show any interest in Heidi’s life, nor does she check Heidi’s reaction. She does, however, offer to share a homemade rhubarb pie with Heidi. Heidi devours the pie and is green with envy for Alice Welinsky who is so connected to her heritage. This jealously manifests in lies about a “granny”. Heidi tells Alice that her granny is good friends with Shirley Temple and Shirley Temple comes over to their house to bake and dance. After letting Heidi continue to elaborate on her story, Alice eventually calls Heidi out on her lies. Heidi feels wretched.

While Heidi...

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