Tiger Eyes - Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 Summary

Davey notices that Bitsy has her calendar filled with the town's clubs and activities and nonetheless makes time for her new family, especially Jason. Both Bitsy and Walter have grown very close to Jason, and he reminds Bitsy of Davey's father as a child. Joining clubs is also a trend at Davey's school. One of Davey's classmates, Danielle, is trying to convince Davey to join the Society for the Preservation of Creative Anachronisms, using their jousting matches as a selling point. Davey isn't sure what creative anachronisms are and declines, giving Danielle excuses about being "overextended." Danielle responds haughtily and moves on. Her response makes Davey think of the various cliques that make up the school, including Coneheads, Loadies, Jocks and Stomps. Each group is classified by interests and habits, which happen to include criticizing people from other groups. The whole concept makes...

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