Pax - Chapters 22, 23, and 24 Summary & Analysis

Sara Pennypacker
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In Chapter 22, as Peter prepared to put on the puppet show for Vola he realized that she was right about being a good teacher. He thought she was wrong, however, about being too dangerous to be around anyone. When Vola came into the barn, Peter was surprised because she was wearing a purple skirt and had combed her hair. He wondered if he was about to do the right thing. Instead of telling the story of Sinbad, he told Vola’s story. After he was finished, she sat with tears streaming down her face. Peter apologized and told her that he only wanted to make her understand that she was not dangerous. He tried to explain to her what he was trying to say, but she said she knew what he was saying. She asked him to leave her alone. Back in the...

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