The Jilting of Granny Weatherall by Katherine Anne Porter

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What is Granny's attitude toward her own illness in the story?

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Good question. The answer depends on when you are asking. By that I mean, in the very first lines of the story she is dismissive. She flatly says, “Get along now. Take your schoolbooks and go. There’s nothing wrong with...

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