The Pigman - Study Guide Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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John doesn't tell Norton and Dennis that Mr. Pignati actually wanted to donate ten dollars to Lorraine's fake charity. He lies to keep them from trying to get in on the action, and probably wanting to get more than ten bucks. He says that he didn't want them to take advantage of this old man, which he was sure Norton and Dennis would do. Lorraine tells him the next day that she doesn't want to go and collect the money from the old man, but when John's mother won't give him any money for beer, he tries to talk Lorraine into getting the money from Mr. Pignati.

John can't get the money from his mother, because his father is angry at another prank he pulled. John is told that he is nothing like his older brother, Kenneth, who never caused any problems. Kenneth is eleven years older...

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