Wringer - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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One night Palmer dreams that millions of pigeons come to town, pick up the edges of the town, and fly away with it in their beaks. Suddenly Palmer feels warmth on his face and awakens to find Beans and Mutto shining a flashlight on him in his bed. The three boys escape out of Palmer's bedroom window and stealthily make their way through the silent town to the area where the five thousand crated pigeons are waiting for their dire fate. Beans and Mutto begin their harmless teasing by banging on the crates with sticks. This creates a cacophony of sounds in the still night. Palmer is suddenly aware of the ten thousand orange pigeon eyes on him and runs toward home using the excuse of an urgent need for a bathroom.

The following morning, Beans and Mutto do not come for Palmer, who stays in bed...

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