Dead End in Norvelt - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

Jack Gantos
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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

Chapter 11

The next morning, Jack's nose was sore but it wasn't bleeding. He read his favorite column. On June 26, 1541, Pizarro was assassinated. On June 26, 1945, the United Nations was established. He added that on June 26, 1962, the longest grounding of a boy named Jack continued. Jack decided to read about Jack Kennedy and his heroic actions during the PT-109 incident in the Solomon Islands. Even though Kennedy was injured, he managed to save his crew members. Jack asked his father if he knew John Kennedy because they were both in the Solomon Islands at the same time. He didn't but they were on the same side - the winning side. They had fought for the greatest country on earth. Jack felt proud to be an American.

The Hell's Angel's obit appeared in the paper the next morning. Miss Volker wrote that the man...

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