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In Chapter 22, Maya and her family are awaiting a large storm when they are roused by Mr. George Taylor, a recent widower who has been taking meals all over town since the burial of his wife in summer. Mr. Taylor intrigues Maya, as he is clearly distraught. Yet, he seems to be renewed by the food and good company. When Momma laments about Mr. Taylor and his wife never having children, he comes visibly alive with emotion. He tells the family that his deceased wife has been talking to him, telling him she wants children. Maya knows Mrs. Taylor is deceased, as she was forced to sit through the woman's funeral, which she remembers vividly. Now, Mr. Taylor explains he was lying in bed the previous night, and was commanded to open his eyes. When he did, he saw a baby angel. He heard his wife...

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