Define "Normal" - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

When the girls meet for their peer counseling session, Antonia leads Jazz into the auditorium where there is a piano on the stage. She makes her sit and play. Jazz breaks into the polonaise that she was supposed to play at her competition. Halfway through it, she stops. She tells Antonia that it is just too painful because the memories are too fresh. Instead, she plays a Bach minuet. After she finishes her set, she discovers her friends in the back of the auditorium. Mortified, she runs from the stage.

That night, Antonia calls Jazz and finds out from Mr. Luther that she is grounded once again. He softens and allows her to come to the phone. Antonia apologizes for Jazz's friends being there and tells her that it was not her idea. She tells Jazz that they are not real friends if...

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