What type of advice did Granny give to her family?
How do you think Granny dealt with the bitter disappointment of George jilting her at the altar? Did she refuse to think about it?
When thinking of her children, Granny thinks about meeting John after death, and showing him what a good job she’s done. But she feels a bit guilty. She says to herself: “John, I hardly ever lost one of them! John would see that in a minute, that would be something he could understand, she wouldn’t have to explain anything!” What does she fear explaining to John?
Does Granny have any weaknesses?
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