Feathers - Study Guide Chapters 17 and 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17

Frannie's mother is cooking chicken when she gets home from school. Frannie is elated because her mother is up and around and looking better. They discuss memories, how some are remembered vividly and others just disappear. Her mother says that it's the feelings about an incident that are most important, both the good and bad feelings. Sean comes home. He has a big smile on his face and wants to know what the doctor had to say about their mother's condition. She tells him that the baby looks fine. Frannie wishes he hadn't spoiled the moment by bringing up the doctor's appointment. The most important thing is that her mother is feeling better.

Chapter 18

At school, Jesus Boy tells Frannie that he probably shouldn't have mentioned Trevor's father. Trevor acts like a bully because it liberates him. Trevor approaches them and sarcastically calls them...

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