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Whistling Past the Graveyard > Question 7 - Eula

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message 1: by Diana S (new)

Diana S When they make a pie crust together, Eula warns Starla against “working the dough” too much. How do you think this is symbolic of Eula’s philosophy in general? What does this teach Starla?

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Carol (cajonesdoa) | 640 comments Mod
I'm sorry I'm so late in my response. I've been in the hospital - was very sick!

Working the dough is quite symbolic. It was be worked too hard and can turn out tough, Friendships and employees can be overworked too.

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