Wringer - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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In the weeks following The Treatment, Palmer revels in his newfound attention and the admiration extended to him by acquaintances and strangers. One person who is not so impressed by Palmer's bruises is Dorothy, who ignores Palmer until one day Palmer forces a conversation with her. Dorothy is hurt that she had not been invited to Palmer's birthday party and she is not comforted by the fact that it had been an all-boys party. Dorothy is even less impressed with Palmer's new nickname, so he leaves her to find his friends. When the boys return to taunt Dorothy during her hopscotch game, Palmer is not very upset when they ruin her game.

Eventually Palmer's bruises fade and he is forced to revive it with a purple crayon to keep the injury and his popularity alive. Palmer knows that the attention will soon fade away, but it is...

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