The Pigman - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Going to Mr. Pignati's is a regular habit for John and Lorraine now. Lorraine's mother continues to warn her about men, though Lorraine understands how much her mother was hurt when her father ran off with another woman. Lorraine has a picture of her parents when they were young and happy. This is how she likes to remember them. Her mother questions her again about the stockings she brought her. Lorraine explains that her mother will ask her the same questions over and over, just to make sure that Lorraine keeps telling the same story.

One snowy night, at Mr. Pignati's, they notice that he seems a little down. He tells them that when he visited Bobo at the zoo that day, the baboon would eat. Mr. Pignati is looking old and sick, and John and Lorraine decide that they must be honest with their friend. They...

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