The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants - Chapters 21-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21

The opening quote is from Ralph Waldo Emerson and says ‘What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.’ The reader sees Tibby still ignoring the calls from the Graffman family, who leave a message begging her to please come and visit Bailey. Tibby curls up on the couch, not able to handle the pain that she is feeling about Mimi and about Bailey. She doesn’t know what to do.

Carmen decides that she needs to call and have a talk with her father. She knows that she should probably apologize, but she also knows that if she does that, her father will just forgive her and nothing will change. So, instead of apologizing, she tells him how he has bitterly disappointed her, how she was treated by the dress shop lady while Lydia just stood there...

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