The Yonahlossee Riding Camp For Girls - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Anton DiSclafani
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Summary

Thea and Sissy are returning from the barn one day when Sissy tells Thea that she is spending “too much time in Masters” and that “girls are talking.” The rumor is that Thea is obsessed with Mr. Holmes. Thea protests, saying she only goes there for Decca, but Sissy sees through Thea’s lie. Sissy warns her to be careful, especially because she was sent away because of a boy in the first place.

Spring comes and Yonahlossee is full of flowers and color. Thea is waiting for Mr. Holmes to end their relationship, but he does not. Thea decides not to care that her mother would be disappointed. Thea’s desire for Mr. Holmes is even more powerful than her desire for Georgie ever was. Thea thinks her parents could not understand how she feels.

Analysis

In this chapter, Thea explores her newfound...

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