Define "Normal" - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

On a Sunday morning, Antonia decides to call Jazz and see how her piano competition had gone the night before. Mrs. Luther tells her that Jazz cannot come to the phone. Antonia is disappointed when Jazz does not call her back. At school, Antonia sees Jazz with her friends and asks her. In return, Jazz pretends she does not know what Antonia is talking about. Jazz and her friends walk away, laughing at Antonia's expense.

At their session later on, Jazz tells Antonia that she does not want to talk about the competition. Antonia automatically thinks this means Jazz lost. Jazz tells Antonia how she is also grounded for life. She tells Antonia that she quit the piano and never played in the competition. She quit because she had gotten into a fight with her mother over the dress she was supposed to...

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