Loser - Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28-30 Summary

Zinkoff is warm and hears voices at the start of Chapter 28, "Grounded." His eyes are closed and he recognizes his father, his mother, and his Uncle Stanley talking to another man, who is telling them that Zinkoff did not say why he was walking in the snow. The adults think he might have been running away, which prompts Mr. Zinkoff to recall the time Polly ran away. Suddenly, Zinkoff remembers Claudia, and his eyes pop open. He is in his parents' bed and Polly is looking at him. Soon his whole family is around the bed, asking what happened. He explains that he was looking for Claudia all night, and they are amazed. Zinkoff is afraid they will say she is dead, but they tell him she was found in a neighbor's garage shortly after being lost. Zinkoff does not understand...

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