The Last Anniversary - Chapters 21 - 30 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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At her funeral, Aunt Connie is eulogized as being very smart, successful at business and the rock of her family. Enigma passes breath mints down the pew and Margie shoots her a reproachful look, thinking that she has always thought her to be a bit shallow. Margie thinks that now that Aunt Connie is dead there won't be so many fattening foods around due to her constant cooking and baking. Aunt Connie was always very skinny and Margie felt fat and inadequate around her. Margie is secretly glad that Aunt Connie is gone because she did a lot of behind the scenes work for her and Aunt Rose to let them feel as if they were still independent in their old age. It was a lot of work, but Margie didn't want them to go to a retirement home so she did what...

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