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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

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Chapter 26 Summary

The weekend is unbelievably long. Phoebe brings a suitcase and complains about having to share a bed with Sal. She tells Sal that her bed is lumpy, compared to her firm mattress, and that's why she slouches. She lectures Sal that she's supposed to give the best to the guests and make some sacrifices. Her mother has always said that one has to make some sacrifices in life.

Phoebe is really getting on Sal's nerves. Phoebe insists that her mother has been kidnapped. Ten minutes later, Phoebe mentions that she has a headache, which may be a migraine. She then says it could become a brain tumor and complains that Sal is not very sympathetic to someone who could be very sick. In the picture of a tree in her book, Sal draws a round head with curly hair, puts a rope around the neck, and attaches...

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