The Yonahlossee Riding Camp For Girls - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

Anton DiSclafani
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The next morning, Thea gets up very early and goes to the Castle. On her way to Mrs. Holmes’s office, Thea runs into Emmy. Emmy says that Docey feels bad for Thea. Thea asks if Mrs. Holmes “knows.” Emmy says she doesn’t, at least not from her. Both Mr. and Mrs. Holmes are in the office when Thea arrives. Mrs. Holmes is expecting Thea, who says she wants to discuss Sissy. Thea says that the girl spotted in the woods wasn’t Sissy, but herself. Thea says that punishing Sissy would be a terrible mistake, and that she should take the blame instead. Mrs. Holmes knows that Sissy and Boone are engaged, and doesn’t understand Thea’s logic for coming here. Mrs. Holmes becomes angry, and asks Thea if she knows why her parents sent her here. She reveals that Thea...

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