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Bruiser - Chapters 40-48 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 40-48 Summary

In Chapter 40, Brewster returns home that night to find his uncle very angry. Brewster decides he no longer wants to take his uncle's abuse and he wants to stand up to him. However, as Brewster and his uncle argue, Brewster begins to feel the effects of a stroke his uncle is beginning to experience. As Brewster absorbs the stroke, he can hear his uncle telling him that this is what his purpose is in life. However, Brewster does not want to die, so he fights the symptoms and leaves the house, moving far enough way that he can no longer take the ailment from his uncle.

In Chapter 41, Tennyson and Bronte hear at school that Brewster's uncle died, but they do not hear directly from Brewster. Eventually they learn that Brewster has gone to live with a neighbor, but when they...

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