The Pecan Man - Chapters 25 – 30 Summary & Analysis

Cassie Dandridge Selleck
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Chapter 25 – Walter was a good, decent, and intelligent man who carefully planned everything, including the operation of his insurance agency until Ora decided what to do with it. At the age of 58, Ora decides to return to work to pursue every avenue for paying for Patrice’s college. She becomes the first young woman to receive help from a scholarship fund set up through the agency for deserving young women.

Over the next 20 years, Ora continues working for the agency, and resumes the community involvement she neglected after Walter died. Blanche becomes Ora’s closest friend, and often attends community functions with her. While Blanche may have changed out of her work uniform, Ora remembers, not everyone stopped equating Blanche with a domestic servant to be ordered about no matter where she was. Blanche knows that it comes from her skin color, not what...

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