Mockingbird - Chapters 31-39 Summary & Analysis

Kathryn Erskine
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Chapters 31-39 Summary

The phys ed instructor, Mr. Mason, tries to calm an unruly gym class including Caitlin, who hates phys ed as much as recess for its unpredictability, noise and invasion of personal space. Mason yells at the students to separate and announces the day's game——dodgeball. He tosses "pinnies" to all the students and tells them to put them on. Caitlin hesitates because the pinnies feel, to her, like a cold clam. The class is disrupted as teacher and students alike try to find William H., the autistic child who has wandered off again. Mason voices his frustration that "they give me all the autistic kids." Caitlin assumes he refers to William, since hes the only autistic kid. Emma asks Mason if she and some other girls can go see Mrs. Brook about "a girl thing." Red-faced, he allows the...

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