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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16 Summary

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Chapter 16 Summary

The pigeon walks onto Palmer's extended arm out the window, nips Palmer's earlobe, and proceeds to walk over the furniture in the bedroom as if trying to decide whether it likes the room. Palmer is able to hide the bird when Palmer's mother enters the room to announce dinner. Palmer eats quickly so he can return to see his new winged friend. Returning to his bedroom, Palmer does not see the pigeon at first, but finally spots the bird resting on a shoebox in his closet.

Palmer quietly completes his homework, watches TV, and works on his scrapbook while checking on the pigeon every few minutes. When Palmer's mother enters the bedroom to wish Palmer goodnight, he asks her to knock before entering his room from now on because of his increasing sense of modesty. Amused, Palmer's mother agrees to the request and Palmer falls asleep secure...

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