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The Face on the Milk Carton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17 Summary

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Chapter 17 Summary

Janie is hurt when she sees Reeve at school, and then later driving home with another girl. During study hall, Janie rips the pages out of her notebook, stuffs them inside an envelope, and addresses it to the Springs. She plans to place the envelope, the milk carton, and the polka-dot dress inside the trunk in the attic when she gets home. Later, Janie reaches for the letter later in the day, but it is missing. She realizes that she had written her own return address on the envelope and worries that it has been mailed, even though it was missing a stamp. Janie panics and runs to Reeve, asking for Lizzie's phone number. They leave class and go home to call her. Reeve apologizes for everything and says that he wants to make up with her.

Chapter 17 Analysis

Janie realizes that she has put New Jersey...

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