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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

The next day at school, Phoebe wears a fixed expression of a sealed, thin smile. It seems to cause her quite a strain to maintain that expression, as Sal sees her chin quivering. She doesn't speak to anyone but Sal. Phoebe practically commands her to come to her house tomorrow night.

Mr. Birkway asks everyone to draw something in fifteen seconds. They are not to think but draw. When he calls "Stop!" everyone looks up, dazed. They are all amazed at what they have drawn. Mr. Birkway zips around, scooping up the papers. He shuffles them and tackles them up on the bulletin board. He tells them that everyone's soul is captured now. It's interesting to note that everyone has drawn a central shape - heart, circle, square or triangle. Inside each figure is a distinct design with no figures alike. One has a teardrop inside, and...

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