The Pigman - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

John really thinks that Mr. Pignati would want them to have this party. He admits that the old man would probably like to be present, though, because he wouldn't want to miss out on any of the fun. Several of their friends show up, since this is a special occasion, as John and Lorraine are never allowed to have parties at their own homes. John tells Dennis not to invite Norton because John doesn't trust him and doesn't want him in Mr. Pignati's house.

The party is quite successful and lots of kids show up. They have a band, and plenty of alcohol, and Lorraine passes around the chocolate covered ants. The party is in full swing when Norton arrives. He is upset that he wasn't invited. Lorraine is upset when John lets another girl use her roller skates, so she goes upstairs with Helen Kazinski and...

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