Define "Normal" - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Antonia goes overboard on the swimming lesson and blacks out in the water. Jazz, who is also a lifeguard, saves Antonia. It is at this moment that Jazz's mother comes home and sees that Jazz has a friend over. Mrs. Luther likes Antonia right away and comments on her nice manners. She invites Antonia to dinner with them that night, but Antonia claims her mother is expecting her home. Mrs. Luther offers to give Antonia a ride home on the way to their dinner. When she gets home, Antonia sees that the house is dark and no one is home.

Chapter 11 Analysis

Despite Antonia's best efforts to keep her defenses up and keep people in the dark about her situation, she knew she was going to get caught when Mrs. Luther offered to drive her home. Mrs. Luther is just being nice by...

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