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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

Sal has dinner with the Winterbottoms when Mr. Winterbottom returns home. Phoebe's parents remind Sal of Grandparents Pickford. They are all so tidy and respectable, even Prudence, Phoebe's seventeen-year-old sister. They don't eat meat or butter, because they are concerned about cholesterol. Mrs. Winterbottom seems like the very picture of a perfect housewife, but Sal senses a different undercurrent. Perhaps she's not very happy about cooking, cleaning, shopping and doing laundry. She seems used to being plain and ordinary, so it jolts Sal when she calls her husband "sweetie pie" and "honey bun," as those words seem out of character. Mr. Winterbottom is a proper, serious man who wears a tie to the dinner table. He does look more like fifty-two than thirty-eight, but Sal is not about to tell Phoebe this.

After dinner, Phoebe walks her home. Phoebe tells her that Margaret Cadaver is strong and...

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