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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

Sal and her grandparents are now at the Illinois state line. They have passed through Indiana during the past three hours. They stop at Lake Michigan to stand barefoot in the blue water. They stop that night on the outskirts of Chicago, at the Howard Johnson Motel. Illinois, from the motel, looks exactly like northern Ohio, with its flat land and long, straight roads. Sal tries to imagine Lewiston, Idaho, but, because she's never been there, her mind drifts back to Bybanks.

When her mother left, many things were harder and sadder, but some things are strangely easier. When her mother was there, Sal felt what her mother felt. Therefore, when she left, Sal felt numb inside. However, after two weeks, she feels emotions again and realizes that she can be happy without her mother. It is a sad but liberating recognition.

In the motel, when her...

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