Hey now, let’s have a Search Term Post!
petals in the wind cory
what did the mother do with cory flowers in the attic
Clearly someone wants answers. Someone needs answers. I…have only theories to give.
Okay. What the searcher is asking for is what Corinne Dollanganger Foxworth Winslow did with the body of her younger son Cory after his death in Flowers in the Attic. In FitA, when Corinne returns to her children and tells them that Cory has died, she tells Cathy that she covered Cory’s body with leaves and left it in a ravine on the road to the hospital. However, in Petals on the Wind, when Cathy confronts her mother after having wandered around the attic for a bit, she tells Corinne that she found a smaller room off of the attic that the kids hadn’t had access to previously, and that in that room she smelled something terrible, indicating that Corinne brought poor Cory’s body back to the house and left it in a trunk or something in an attic side-room. Corinne violently denies this, but she’s kinda violently denying everything at this point. So I’m not sure which is true, Searcher. I’d believe either of Corinne, honestly.
cindy/bart flowers in the attic.
No no no no no. No. You’re all muddled up! Bart *does* makes some brief appearances in Flowers in the Attic (for those not in the know, he is the eventual and unknowing stepfather of the four Dollanganger siblings), but Cindy (Chris and Cathy’s adopted daughter) doesn’t show up until Seeds of Yesterday. They certainly never get any interactions worthy of a /. And even if you meant Bart II, the son of Cathy and her stepfather Bart (oh Cathy), there’s not really anything there either. Okay, Bart II does burst in on his sister and her boyfriend in an awkward moment and start yelling Bible passages at them, but that’s really it.
most depressed painting
Anything Ruby’s ever done?
painting swamp monster smile
Throwing this in for anyone who didn’t see it on Facebook. I gave in and Google image searched this, and the results weren’t as alarming as I’d feared (hoped). But what WERE you looking for, Searcher? And why?
v.c. andrews ruined my childhood
Aw, that seems a little harsh, my friend. I’m sure her works just made your childhood a little more…confused. Unless you were searching for this blog’s subtitle, in which case, it’s sarcasm! No childhoods were ruined. We’re all okay, right?
Oh yeah! And just to mention it here too, there’s now a an …in the Attic Facebook page! Please like us if you feel like it. http://www.facebook.com/pages/In-the-Attic-A-VC-Andrews-Blog/247385845277844. See y’all soon with the next exciting segment of All That Glitters!