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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion - “Where Did I Get My Traits? – Point Clear, Alabama” through “Who Am I? – Point Clear, Alabama” (Pages 88 through 110) Summary & Analysis

Fannie Flagg
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Sookie imagined that her real mother might be a sweet, quiet, Polish woman In “Where Did I Get My Traits? – Point Clear, Alabama,” Sookie realized her need to know about her ethnic background. She wanted to know which of her traits were from her Polish genetics. Her only encounter with anything Polish were the sausages at Waffle House. She searched for Polish traits on the internet. She was not impressed by Chopin and

Liberace, but was happy to see Martha Stewart had Polish heritage.

When she was sure her mother was gone to water therapy, Sookie went outside. She saw Netta and asked her not to tell Lenore she was feeling better and thanked her for feeding her birds each day. Sookie asked Netta if she knew...

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