Criss Cross - Chapters 14-23: Japanese Chapter; Guitar Progress; HomeWork; At the Tastee Freez on a Tuesday Evening; Where the Necklace Went; Hair; Confession; Wuthering Heights/Pop Mechanics; The Childhood Friend Summary & Analysis

Lynne Rae Perkins
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Chapters 14-23: Japanese Chapter; Guitar Progress; HomeWork; At the Tastee Freez on a Tuesday Evening; Where the Necklace Went; Hair; Confession; Wuthering Heights/Pop Mechanics; The Childhood Friend Summary

This section of nine chapters provides the reader further insights into the thoughts and activities of the young characters, in a series of short vignettes.

Chapter 14: It is close to the end of the school year, and Debbie and Patty are looking at the yearbook, attempting to make Haiku's or stories about the seniors. Ultimately, they turn to their own class pages, and, as Debbie looks at her photograph, she thinks of the word "caterpillar," not quite ready to build its cocoon and begin the journey to emerge as...

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This section contains 1,413 words
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Buy the Criss Cross Study Guide
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