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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

Gram agrees with the message Everyone has his own agenda. She wisely says that we all expect other people to tune into our own agenda and care about what goes on in our own lives. When Sal mentions about Ben asking about her mother and how she only said her mother is in Lewiston and didn't elaborate, her grandparents look at each other. Gramps talks about nearly punching out his best friend when he asked about his father's whereabouts when he took off for six months. When Sal talks about flinching when Ben touched her and finding her father in the garage, Gram unbuckles her seatbelt and turns all the way around to lean over, take her hand, and kiss it. Gram kisses her again for her Gramps. When Sal describes Phoebe's world of lunatics and axe murderers, Gram once again comments that she's just like Gloria...

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