Fanny Flagg's "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe"
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This paper explains that Fanny Flagg set her novel, "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe", in a small Alabama town in the 1930s and jumps to a 1980s Birmingham nursing home. The author believes that it is a story of life, of friendship and love, told through the long-ago voices of the women of the Whistle Stop Cafe. The paper stresses that Idgie and Ruth have a deep love for one another, which is the heart of the novel.
From the Paper:"Evelyn Couch has come to the nursing home with her husband Ed to visit his mother, an ill-natured woman. Evelyn has escaped to a waiting area of the home and is devouring candy bars when she first meets Ninny, who sits herself down next to Evelyn. She begins, "Now you as me the year somebody got married who they married or what the bride's mother wore, and nine times out of ten I can tell you "but for the life of me I can't tell you when I got to be so old" It just sort of slipped up on me" (Flagg 3). As Evelyn continues eating candy bars, Ninny continues to ramble on and starts to tell the story of the lives and friendships of the Whistle Stop Caf."
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