The Chocolate War - Chapter 18-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18: Jerry wakes in the night thinking about his mother and death. He ponders the possibility of being buried alive. He jumps out of bed damp with sweat. He fears he has made the wrong choice by not taking the chocolates earlier that day. For ten days he had waited for that afternoon to be finally able to say yes to Brother Leon. To have the stress of all of those faces staring at him over with and to participate, to blend in, but he had said no and now his decision haunted him. He hadn’t planned to say no, he just had.

Chapter 19: On the bus to school a boy slips by Jerry and tells him good job and admits to being sick of selling chocolates. At the entrance to the school a few more boys congratulate him and tell him to keep...

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