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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

The following Christmas, Palmer receives a sled as a gift but there is no snow until a blizzard hits two days after New Years. Palmer, Beans, Henry, and Mutto spend a deliriously happy day with the new sled and Palmer returns home that night content that all is right with the world. Before going downstairs for dinner, Palmer hesitates to look out his bedroom window at the sun casting a raspberry glow on the snow-topped roof of the house. Palmer's eyes land on the unmistakable bird prints in the snow, but he does not think anything more about it until he is awakened the next morning by the sound of tapping on his bedroom window. Palmer soon realizes that it is not his mother or his friends knocking on his door but a pigeon standing outside his window.

Chapter 13 Analysis

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