Dead End in Norvelt - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

Jack Gantos
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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary

Chapter 23

Miss Volker was not able to reach Mrs. Vinyl. Jack was afraid that maybe his father did give her a heart attack when he dive-bombed the area. But Miss Volker had talked to her after that. They needed to drive over and check on her. Jack asked her about the skeleton in the trunk. It had belonged to her sister. She used it for a drawing model. Mr. Huffer was already at Miss Vinyl's and told Miss Volker that Mrs. Vinyl was dead.

Miss Volker asked Mr. Huffer how he knew she was dead. Spizz had stopped by to collect newspaper money from Mrs. Vinyl and found her. Miss Volker complained about the houses being moved to West Virginia. Times change, Mr. Huffer told her. History lasts forever, she responded. Jack and Miss Volker returned to her house and began...

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