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Ham on Rye Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 26 through 33 Summary

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Chapters 26 through 33 Summary

Henry is at home alone one day when he discovers that Mrs. Anderson at the house across the street is sitting on the steps and Henry can see up her dress. He gets his father's binoculars and jerks off to the sight. He does that often. On Wednesdays, his parents go to the movies and Henry discovers that another neighbor, Mrs. Pirozzi, is in her living room teasing her husband. Henry watches until Mr. Pirozzi goes to the door. Afraid that he's caught, Henry runs. One night, Henry and Baldy are walking toward Baldy's house when they discover a couple in bed together. They stop and watch through the window but the girl refuses to have sex. They continue to return to that window but nothing ever happens.

Henry gets one hundred demerits from Wagoner for "loitering" when he was supposed to be playing at...

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