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The Age of Miracles Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

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Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

In Chapter 21, when the days stretch beyond 50 hours, the Bermuda grass in the yards begins to die because of lack of sunlight. The country begins to depend on greenhouses and sodium lamps to grow food. These greenhouses take a toll on the electric systems. Researchers look for a way to devise and grow foods not dependent upon the sun. The days continue to lengthen.

In Chapter 22, Julia now has to face dance parties as a member of the sixth grade. She is never invited to these parties. As one of the quiet ones, school seems a dangerous place for Julia. She is more comfortable in her room at home. One afternoon as she is reading, Gabby stops by to check her email on Julia's computer. She announces to Julia that Keith, her boyfriend, will be picking her up on the following day to take her...

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