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Bruiser - Chapters 57-66 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 57-66 Summary

In Chapter 57, several weeks pass and Bronte notices Tennyson acting weird. However, she does not question him too closely.

In Chapter 58, Bronte admits that she never fully understood the impact on Brewster of his gift. Then one night her mother's lover came to the house. Bronte is shocked, but becomes even more shocked when her parents calmly talk to him and then go back to mundane household chores. Bronte is even more shocked to learn her mother is continuing to see her lover. At the same time, Bronte becomes aware that Brewster is in terrible pain for an unknown reason.

In Chapter 59, Bronte goes to speak to Tennyson and realizes that Brewster is taking away their bad feelings and that Tennyson has been aware of it for some time.

In Chapter 60, Bronte confronts Brewster and he shows her his body. There...

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