Define "Normal" - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Antonia returns to her bedroom and immediately feels right at home. She notices there is an envelope waiting for her. She sees it is an invitation to go to Jazz's competition the next day. When Antonia asks her mother if she can go, her mother suggests that they all go, including Michael and Chuckie.

At the competition, Antonia notices that Jazz has cleaned up her punk look for a more conservative one. Jazz is wearing the dress that her mom had picked out for the last competition. She performs a stunning program, which everyone loves. After it is over, Antonia's mother introduces herself to the Luthers. She does not remember meeting Mrs. Luther the one time prior. Mr. Luther videotapes the girls, and they go running off together.

Chapter 29 Analysis

There is another distinctive difference now with Antonia's mother. Earlier in the story...

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