Tiger Eyes - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

At school, the day before Davey is scheduled to see Miriam, Jane gets drunk during school hours and makes a scene in the hallway. Jane throws her bag around, spilling breaking all of its contents as she laughs and cheers loudly. Davey tries to tell Jane that she has a problem that she needs to get under control but Jane insists that she can stop drinking whenever she wants to. The next day at her visit with Miriam, after small talk about the weather Davey is upfront about her feelings toward her mother. "She doesn't think for herself anymore. She does whatever [Walter and Bitsy] tell her to do. She lets them make all the decisions. She even lets them choose her friends." (186)

Once Miriam assures Davey that their conversations are confidential Davey gets into her problems with Walter and Bitsy. She also...

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