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"Granny lay?staring at the
point of light that was herself; her body was now only a deeper mass of
shadow in an endless darkness and this darkness would curl around the light
and swallow it up. God, give a sign!" (586). She had once again been left at
the altar, but this time, the altar of death...
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"For the second time there was no
sign. Again no bridegroom and the priest in the house. She could not
remember any other sorrow because this grief wiped them all away?there's
nothing more cruel than this-I'll never forgive it" (588). In life and in death,
Granny Weatherall has been jilted and therefore made strong, bitter, and
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