In the last chapter Popeye's grandmother follows a woman into the store.  I am quite confused with which woman is which.  It seems the woman in the store asks the driver for a match when clearly...

In the last chapter Popeye's grandmother follows a woman into the store.  I am quite confused with which woman is which.  It seems the woman in the store asks the driver for a match when clearly it was the grandmother (since we later find out she was setting the fires).  Am I missing something?  Or is Faulkner making us think?

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