Tiger Eyes - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

The next morning, Jane's mother wakes them at seven-thirty, letting them know to get ready for church. Jane wakes up confused and feeling miserable, and Davey has to ask her how much of the previous night she actually remembers. To Davey's amazement, Jane barely remembers any of it. Davey concludes that Jane doesn't need to drink anymore and she shares the thought with Jane. Jane thinks differently. She knows that her reservations and shy behavior goes away when she is drinking. For Jane, this is a good thing. Davey realizes that Jane only thinks she isn't experienced with boys when, in fact, she's had a lot of experience under the influence of alcohol. Davey is frustrated with Jane and makes up her mind to go home before they leave for church. Jane begs Davey to stay, so she won't have to deal with...

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