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Impulse Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 61-66, Conner to Vanessa Summary

Ellen Hopkins
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Chapter 61-66, Conner to Vanessa Summary

In Chapter 61, Ms. Littell reads Vanessa's poem while she is gone, and the poem is beautiful. Conner wonders why Vanessa got sick, Ms. Littell then makes Conner read his poem aloud, about Emily.

In Chapter 62, Tony applauds Conner's poem. Tony reads his poem next at Mr. Hidalgo's insistence. Tony writes about hope. Tony did not write about Phillip because he considers it a private memory.

In Chapter 63, Kate finds Vanessa in the bathroom, and is genuinely concerned. The nausea was a side-effect of the lithium, and Vanessa wants to quit using it. Kate says they will readjust the dosage until her body adjusts to the lithium.

In Chapter 64, Dr. Starr finds it hard to believe Conner does not want to go home for Easter. She says Conner's parents must forgive themselves, but Conner finds it a joke. Conner blames...

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