Into the Woods - Chapter 12: Twenty Dozen Roses Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12: Twenty Dozen Roses Summary

The accident is the talk of the school. Later, at home, Grace learns that Winston is taking them to dinner, and tries to beg off, but her mother won't hear of it. Winston picks them up and talks to Grace about losing Randy, telling her a story about a friend he lost in college. When he is finished, tears are streaming down her face. He gives her a handkerchief and his hand which Grace holds on to as Jackie Lee looks on, smiling. Life continues. The job at the restaurant becomes more and more part time for her mother as Winston continues to spend time with them. One day, Grace learns that their bill at the boutique is being paid by Winston and Grace is astonished. Shortly after leaving for one of many events her mother and...

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