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The Turner House - Week Two - Spring 2008: Memories and Far From Any Pulpit and Better Than a Burlap Sack (Fall 1944) Summary & Analysis

Angela Flournoy
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Summary

Lelah has an easier time avoiding the desire to gamble during the week, her activities with Bobby keeping her busy, but the weekends are harder. She even drives to Brianne’s on Saturday morning, thinking she’d give Brianne a break but she is already on her way out with Bobby, headed for Chicago for the second weekend in a row to spend time with Bobby’s father Rob. Brianne tells her to call Charles who is trying to reach her.

Instead, Lelah goes back to Yarrow Street and fills the hours by cleaning the house. She is reminded of times in the past and finds herself thinking about her father, and wondering where he’d found the strength to stop drinking, hoping that somehow she’d inherited...

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