Such a Pretty Girl - Chapters Twenty-one and Twenty-two Summary & Analysis

Laura Wiess
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Chapters Twenty-one and Twenty-two Summary

In Chapter Twenty-One, Meredith is woken the next morning when her mother knocks on the door and announces that she and Charles are going to the beach. Meredith refuses to join them. She sits on the back patio reading the paper and missing Andy. A memory of a time that he gave her a bottle of patchouli oil, his first gift to her, comes to her. She looks across the complex but the Mues' Cadillac is gone.

Back in the present, Meredith realizes how much she hates her father. She remembers her father urging her to ask him to stop what he is doing to her, but she refuses because she knows it will only encourage him. She continues to wish he would die.

In Chapter Twenty-two, Meredith calls her grandmother who scolds her for leaving. Meredith...

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