Wringer - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Palmer's mother does not approve of Palmer's new friends and ushers them outside to play when she can tolerate their antics no longer. Palmer, Beans, Mutto, and Henry head outside with Palmer's new soccer ball. Beans wants to know where Fishface lives and Palmer indicates the house across the street. Fishface is Beans' name for Dorothy Gruzik, a nice girl whom Palmer's mother is always encouraging him to befriend. When Dorothy does not emerge from her house, Beans gathers some mud and sticks from the sewer, places it in a plastic bag, and puts it on the front step of Dorothy's house in the hopes that she will think it is poop.

Chapter 3 Analysis

The story is told from the third person limited point of view, which means that the author provides, not only the plot line, but also access to Palmer's thoughts and emotions. This chapter...

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