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Fannie Flagg
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Yes, and you mustn't be so closed-minded, Sookie. One can certainly be on speaking terms with Catholics. You don't want to marry one, but a friendly chat can't hurt.
-- Lenore ("A Most Unusual Week -- Point Clear, Alabama; Monday, June 6, 2005; 76 Degrees and Sunny" paragraph 4)

Importance: Lenore ran up a phone bill by calling the Pope but she was on hold the whole time. The idea that southern women should not marry Catholics reflects a southern protestant idea. It is ironic that Sookie's birth mother is Catholic and almost became a nun.

It's okay, honey, you just fainted. Just relax and breathe. Don't talk.
-- Earle (Wednesday -- June 8, 2005 paragraph 12)

Importance: Earle explains to Sookie that she fainted when she read her adoption papers for the first time.

Oh, just think, Linka, from now on, all our children are going to be Americans, and our grandchildren, and their children, to.
-- Stanislaw Jurdabralinski (Who Indeed -- Pulaski, Wisconsin paragraph 5)

Importance: Stanislaw is excited to study for his naturalization test. He is reading the Declaration of Independence and is excited about the opportunity that awaits...

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