Define "Normal" - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

Karen comes by with another update on Antonia's mother. She says that there are good days and bad days. As soon as there are more good days than bad, she will be coming home. Karen also says that her mom is experiencing some side effects with the medication, and they have yet to find the right combination. She tries to persuade Antonia to call, but Antonia is resistant and gives excuses.

When Antonia sees Jazz at the next session, she asks if her parents have suffered enough. She feels it is time for Jazz to give in, so everyone can feel better. Antonia sees how it is hurting Jazz and wishes she could make it better. Antonia asks if Jazz can play at home when no one is around, but Jazz's mom is there all the time. Jazz asks about Antonia's mom, and...

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