Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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One night Tibby cannot fall asleep, and she stares out the window at the apple tree. She associates the falling of its apples with Katherine's fall, and it reminds her of her inadequacies. She doesn't feel she can love Katherine, Brian or anyone else, and she thinks that she isn't wise enough to see the significance of major events that surround her. The more she thinks about this, however, the more she sees how good she is at isolating herself from everything around her, good and bad. The real reason she isolates herself is to protect herself from failure. As she begins to understand this, she sees that she must open up and try new things in order to keep alive mentally.

When Bridget's roommates return, they have been partying and have little concern for Bee's condition. Eric returns with something to help reduce her fever, and...

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