Alex and Eliza: A Love Story - Chapter 22-28 Summary & Analysis

Melissa de la Cruz
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In Chapter 22, “Sweet Nothings,” Alex wrote letters to Peggy, telling her of his desire to court Eliza. Peggy suggested that he tell her himself. Alex asked Eliza out, and they went to a bonfire in town. They saw John André, who said he was on his way to the apothecary, but he walked away in the wrong direction. Eliza admitted that John André had proposed to her. She said she did not accept his proposal because she was “too patriotic” (211), but she knew that she had not accepted him because he was not Alex.

Chapter 23, “Full Hearts, Empty Pockets,” is told from Alex’s perspective. Gertrude invited Alex to another dinner party with the Schuyler sisters and their suitors. Alex stole a bag of oranges from headquarters and went to the dinner. Things went smoothly until they all sat down together and Angelica...

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