Tiger Eyes - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

It's Davey's sixteenth birthday and her first rehearsal for Oklahoma! When Davey gets home she finds that her family has put together a special dinner for her. Jane has been invited and everyone gives her gifts. Ned is there, and Davey graciously accepts his gift. It's a t-shirt, but Davey doesn't understand the humor in its statement, A Woman without a Man is Like a Fish Without a Bicycle. Walter and Bitsy give Davey a stopwatch and she is surprised at how impressive their gift is. Davey and Walter haven't spoken since their fight, but Davey gives him a formal thanks anyway, and responds the same. Davey's mom givers her an Indian bracelet, and Jason's gift is a painted picture and a poem.

When Davey hugs him tight he screams out about his hemorrhoids, making a joke. Davey is genuinely enjoying herself but...

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