Dead End in Norvelt - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

Jack Gantos
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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

Chapter 5

Bunny was a very short girl, but was she was Jack's best friend. She liked to run and play ball like a boy. And, she had a great sense of humor. She made a lot of jokes about dead people because she'd grown up with them. Her family ran the town mortuary. Bunny was tough, smart and a real risk-taker. She even thought of bringing one of the caskets to school for show and tell. When they first met, Bunny quickly determined that Jack was afraid of dead people. She grabbed him and drug him inside the funeral parlor. She lifted the lid on a casket. Bunny grabbed Jack's hand and forced it onto the man's neck where there was no pulse. The man's neck felt like a piece of wood. Jack's knees grew wobbly. He was afraid he'd faint...

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