The Dry Grass of August - Chapters 25-29 Summary & Analysis

Anna Jean Mayhew
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Chapters 25-29 Summary

Chapter 25:

Jubie arrives home at seven o'clock in the morning. She goes into the house only to find that Bill had left it a complete mess. Jubie wonders what happened to Young Mary. Jubie knows her mother will have a fit if she sees the house in such a horrible state so she cleans the kitchen and living room. Then Jubie calls to find out the time for Mary's funeral. Jubie gets dressed in her navy blue Easter dress, the one that Mary liked. Jubie takes a cab to the church. Jubie is greeted by Mrs. Coley, the woman that helped her at the Daddy Grace parade. Jubie explains that she is representing the family and that she wanted to bring Mary's things to give to Young Mary and Link. Mrs. Coley comforts Jubie when she collapses next to the coffin...

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