The Power of One - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

Bryce Courtenay
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Chapter Three Summary

Miss du Plessis was generally disliked among the school population, so her exit briefly gains Pisskop some reprieve. However, the Judge is soon back on the scene again, in his self-appointed role of Hitler's South African general. The little boy is humiliated when the Judge reminds him of the different circumstances of his penis. The Judge then decides that Pisskop should march every day after classes, four to five thousand steps. As he marches, Pisskop formulates a plan to get him out of the marching and keep him safe from the wrath of Hitler.

One afternoon, Pisskop demonstrates to the Judge that he can do the advanced arithmetic that so stymies his nemesis. Pisskop up until now has been worried that since the Judge is so dumb he will not graduate and thus will not leave the school, thereby staying to...

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