The Chocolate War - Chapter 30-33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30: During the morning roll call for the chocolate sale, boys are reaching the 50 mark. The Goober even reaches 50 even though he quit at 27 to show solidarity for Jerry. As Jerry’s name is called and he says “No”, there is a new hostility in the air. Even kids that would be seemingly neutral act hostile toward Jerry, one boy even calling out: “Why do you think you’re better than us?” Brother Leon has couched the chocolate sale and its recent success in everyone doing their part for the school, for showing school spirit.

Chapter 31: On his way home, a senior named Emile Janza stops Jerry and asks him why he’s hurrying. The taunting menacing voice reminds Jerry of all of the other bullies he has encountered. Emile Janza is a very large senior and Jerry knows he cannot fight him fairly. Emile...

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