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Bruiser - Chapters 31-39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-39 Summary

In Chapter 31, Tennyson is upset at the beginning of his lacrosse game because he sees his girlfriend with Ozzy O'Dell, a bully from their school. Tennyson then proceeds to play a fantastic game, never growing tired or suffering for long from his many injuries. It is only at the end of the game that Tennyson realizes why he feels so good. Tennyson charges toward Brewster and tells him to never come to another of his games.

In Chapter 32, Tennyson feels badly about how he yelled at Brewster and promises Bronte he will ask forgiveness.

In Chapter 33, Tennyson thinks about what happened at his game and wonders about his emotions at the end of the game.

In Chapter 34, Tennyson invites Brewster and Cody to play basketball with him and his father. They have a good time and Tennyson notices his dad is...

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