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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

About a month before the end of the school year, Beans, Mutto, Henry, and Palmer are walking home when Nipper suddenly swoops down and perches on Palmer's head. Palmer tries to shoo the bird away and eventually gets free of Nipper to the amazement of his friends. Palmer's attempts to pass the event off as a freak circumstance are only half-heartedly received by Beans and the others. Suddenly, Beans announces that he knows that the pigeon belongs to Palmer who launches into a monologue about his hatred of pigeons and his longing to be a wringer. The boys walk home in silence after Palmer announces that he will be the best wringer the town has ever seen.

Chapter 25 Analysis

In this chapter, Spinelli uses irony in Palmer's reaction to Nipper's landing on his head. Irony is a disparity between what a character is saying in contrast to...

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