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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

Dinner at the Finneys' is an experience. As usual, Mary Lou's brothers are running wild and her older sister is talking on the phone and plucking her eyebrows at the same time. Mr. Finney is cooking something in the kitchen. When Mrs. Finney comes home at six o'clock, Mary Lou's brothers tug at various parts of her, all of them talking at once. Mrs. Finney plants a sloppy kiss on Mr. Finney's lips, and he slips a piece of cucumber in her mouth.

Everyone descends on the table in a chaotic flurry. When Phoebe sees a big platter of fried chicken, she says she has sensitive stomach and can't eat fried food. She even removes two of the three pieces of chicken from Ben's plate. Then she lectures everyone about cholesterol. It continues when beans are passed around. When Mrs. Finney puts butter on the beans, again...

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