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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 24 Summary

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Chapter 24 Summary

Later the same day, Dorothy waits for Palmer in his bedroom so that she may witness Nipper's nightly arrival. Palmer and his mother are happy that Palmer is spending more time with Dorothy and not as much time with Palmer's "hoodlum friends" as Palmer's mother calls Beans, Mutto, and Henry. Nipper arrives in his usual style, and Palmer opens the window to allow him access to the room.

Dorothy wants Nipper to stand on her head like he stands on Palmer's head but Nipper is resolute on his perch of Palmer's scalp. Palmer can tell that Dorothy is not mad that Nipper seems to like Palmer better, and he feels like he is floating in Dorothy's easy company. Palmer recalls the swimming lessons he had taken a few years ago and how he learned to float on the first day. He is happy to feel this way...

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