We Were Liars - Part Two: Vermont — Chapters 16-22 Summary & Analysis

E. Lockhart
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In Chapter 16, Cadence begins writing fairy tales following the patterns she finds in a stack of fairy tale books her father gave her the Christmas she turned eight years old. She tells a story in which a young princess proves to her father how much she loves him and is set to inherit the kingdom. However, she also must deal with her father, who has become demented. At the end of her story, Cadence asks if the daughter stays only because she wants the kingdom or if she truly loves her father.

In Chapter 17, after Cadence returns from her Europe trip, she begins giving her things away. She mails Mirren a Barbie and Johnny a scarf. She has noticed her family members have a tendency to collect and hold onto things. Although these things are beautiful, Cadence sees them as...

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