Time in Ceremony

At the end of the novel Old Grandma says, “I guess I must be getting old . . . because these goings-on around Laguna don’t get me excited any more . . . It seems like I already heard these stories before . . . only thing is, the names sound different.” What does this quote reveal about Tayo’s ceremony or the progression on time altogether? Could Emo’s story be the same as the story of the destroyers? Consider Old Grandma’s quote and write a paragraph about the use of time in the novel. You can look at how it is used in general or in a specific instance. Your paragraph must be at least five sentences in length