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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

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Chapter 26 Summary

When Palmer arrives home, Dorothy and Nipper are waiting in Palmer's bedroom. Palmer's anxiety has him in an agitated state and he paces the room without interruption as he ponders what Beans and the others will do to him now that they suspect that Palmer has a pigeon. While Palmer paces, Dorothy writes Nipper's name on a Nerf ball that the bird plays with in the bedroom. Palmer sleeps fitfully that night and is anxious to release Nipper into the sky after breakfast.

Palmer determines that the best way to avoid any more incidents of Nipper landing on his head in public is to disguise his own appearance. Palmer's mother is shocked but does not say much when Palmer leaves for school with a winter coat, hat, and scarf on a beautiful May morning. For the first time in his life, Palmer thinks the school day passes...

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