The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3

In Greece, the reader sees that Lena and her younger sister, Effie, are exploring their grandparent’s home. It is painted a bright blue with a yellow door, which Lena finds beautiful. Both Lena and her sister are still battling jet lag, and neither girl speaks Greek. Luckily, their grandmother speaks English. However, their grandfather can’t speak English, and Lena wishes that they’d learned at least a little Greek. She remarks that the view from her bedroom window is amazing and has a view of the caldera. Somehow she feels as if she is safe and at home there.

Tibby sits through an orientation lecture at Wallman’s with Duncan Howe, her immediate supervisor. She can tell that for some reason he doesn’t like her. She decides that she doesn’t care and that all of her adventures will...

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