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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17 Summary

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Chapter 17 Summary

Phoebe is sullen and crotchety. She keeps asking Sal when she'll tell her father about Margaret Cadaver and Mr. Birkway. Sal tells her that she's waiting for the right time. Phoebe speculates that Mrs. Cadaver may chop up Sal's father, too, and asks whether she'll go and live with her mother then. Sal is surprised, as she's told nothing about her mother to Phoebe. Sal is unable to tell the truth about her mother for some reason.

Mrs. Winterbottom is sitting at the kitchen table with a pan of burned brownies. She asks how school was. "Okay," Phoebe just says. Her mother offers her a brownie. Phoebe refuses, saying that it's burned and she's too fat. When Mrs. Winterbottom tries to soothe her, Phoebe insists that she is. Then she shouts at her mother not to bake things for her or wait for her to come home...

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