Define "Normal" - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Dr. DiLeo sends a note for Antonia to come see him. When she does, she sees that Jazz is also there. He talks to the two of them and tells them that they need to reconcile their differences and get back to the peer counseling. He goes on to tell them that despite their various backgrounds and personalities, neither one is better than the other or right or wrong. After he leaves them to talk for a few minutes, Jazz tells Antonia that she is too serious and needs to lighten up.

Antonia misses some problems on her algebra test, and feels as though she has failed. Mrs. Bartoli expresses concern for Antonia, which Antonia disregards. She proceeds to her peer counseling meeting with Jazz. When she gets there she sees Jazz sitting on the conference table in a lotus position, chanting a...

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