The Pushcart War - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Jean Merrill
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Chapter 32 Summary

The Three have decided that the war against the pushcarts is over and are already working on their plans for the next phase, ridding the streets of cars. Mack is still in jail, since the police commissioner has added the charges of trespassing and injuring an officer to his reckless driving charge. He is in a cell directly across from Frank the Flower. Frank the Flower was sent a crocheted target with trucks on it from a nice old lady who supports the pushcarts in the war. Every day, Frank the Flower practices throwing darning needles at the target to perfect his aim for whenever he might be let out, in case he is needed in another peashooter campaign. The guards find the target amusing and often join Frank in playing with it. All this deeply annoys Mack, who can see them throwing...

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