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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 33 Summary

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Chapter 33 Summary

Sal's grandparents are still awake, so the story continues.

The next day after the journal reading, Sal goes to Phoebe's house after dinner. When Sal is about to talk to Phoebe, the doorbell rings. It's Birkway. There on the sofa is Mr. Birkway, holding Phoebe's journal and looking embarrassed. Phoebe's belligerent defiance is deflated when he apologizes and explains about Margaret Cadaver. He tells her that she's his sister and that her husband was killed by a drunk driver. Mrs. Partridge, who was also in the car, lost her sight. Margaret was the nurse on duty in the emergency room when they brought in her husband and her mother. He died that night.

The whole time, Phoebe's father sits beside his daughter with his hand resting on her shoulder. Phoebe looks ready to disappear if not for his hand. Mr. Birkway assures her that his sister is...

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