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Bruiser - Chapters 49-56 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 49-56 Summary

In Chapter 49, while Brewster, Tennyson, and his father are playing basketball at the park, Cody is playing with a new kite Tennyson bought him. Cody has trouble getting the kite in the air, so when it finally goes up he allows it to go where it wants. This means crossing the street and heading toward some power lines. When the kite gets tangled in the power lines, Cody climbs up to retrieve it, unaware of just how high he is going. When the others become aware of what has happened, Brewster quickly climbs up the tower to save his brother. When Cody slips, Brewster grabs him and keeps him from falling any further. Cody is afraid and he begins to feel his fear slip away. However, Cody wants to keep his fear, so he hangs on to it. This is the...

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