Scribbler of Dreams - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

Mary E. Pearson
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Chapter 31 Summary

Against the wishes of her parents, Kaitlin returns to Twin Oaks on Monday. She tries to get Bram to talk to her, but fails. His love has been replaced by hatred. The Bookends' papers receive Fs, because they are copied word-for-word from John F. Kennedy's book "Profiles in Courage." They think they are going to score points by telling Bram what Kaitlin did to them, but Bram takes his anger out on them by beating them up.

Kaitlin is called upon to speak in front of several hundred seniors because of her good grades. She speaks about the future, about letting go of the past, about following dreams.

The book ends with Bram returning the bracelet to Kaitlin, confessing that he never stopped loving her, and they sit down to draw and write together.

Chapter 31 Analysis

In the end, love manages to conquer...

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