Wringer - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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At first, Palmer is not sure that he has actually seen a pigeon because he has dreamed about the birds so many times. Palmer pulls down the window shade, waits a few minutes, and puts up the shade again to reveal that the bird is not part of a dream, but a real bird pecking at Palmer staring back at him. Palmer pulls down the shade once more, silently chastising the bird for being so stupid as to appear in a town where people shoot pigeons.

Palmer has no time to focus on the pigeon because he has to go to school and is happy to see his friends waiting for him at the corner. Along the way, the boys encounter Dorothy, who they consider the perfect target for their hastily formed snowballs. Dorothy ignores the snowball volleys, irritating the boys just a bit because she does...

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