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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 22 Summary

Sal spends the next night at Phoebe's house, but she can hardly sleep. Phoebe keeps asking whether she hears a noise and jumps up to peer out the window. Sal must have fallen asleep, because she awakes to the sound of Phoebe crying in her sleep. When Sal wakes her, Phoebe denies crying.

The next morning, Phoebe refuses to get up and go to school. She insists she is sick. Her father tells her that she can't malinger and gives her a dictionary when she doesn't know the word malinger. Prudence is in a frenzy, trying to find her clothes. Downstairs, there's no breakfast. Phoebe finds her mother's favorite white cardigan on a chair and waves it in front of her father. She insists that her mother wouldn't leave without her favorite cardigan. Her father dismisses it as an old sweater, but Phoebe puts it on over...

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