Kissing Doorknobs - Study Guide Chapters 21-22 Summary & Analysis

Terry Spencer Hesser
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In Chapter 21, Tara says that she's studying the Civil War in school. It makes her think that her family has been torn apart by a civil war as well, with the tyrants in her head. She says that therapy has been difficult, and she is still performing her rituals enough to make herself wonder whether she's getting any better. When she asks her teacher whether the slaves might have preferred how it was before the Civil War, her teacher imagines that the slaves probably were afraid, since they couldn't go back to how anything was before slavery. Keesha is in the class, and she sees the point in Tara's question. She says that the slaves did it, even though it was hard. After class, Tara asks Keesha and Anna to walk home with her. She steps on every crack, but when Keesha says "damn!" Tara...

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