The War With Grandpa - Chapters 34-37 Summary & Analysis

Robert Kimmel Smith
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In this last, short, section, the reader sees Peter apologizing to his grandfather. He goes and gets the dentures and returns them, and then they sit and think. The important thing to come from their discussion is that they both speak from the other's viewpoint. Grandpa tells Peter that he feels that it was unfair of his parents to just give him Peter's room without discussing it with either of them first. Peter tells Grandpa that he understands how hard it must have been to lose grandmother, and to move away from Florida. He apologizes for making his grandfather feel unwelcome.

They both decide that they need to work together to fix the situation, demonstrating the theme of Peace. All along this theme has been hinted at as a direct opposite to the warring events taking place. But, in this section it is...

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