Wringer - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 Summary

Palmer surmises that it had been Henry who wrote the word "Tonight" in the icing of Palmer's birthday cake. Palmer remembers that Henry rushed back into the house for a few moments before the boys went in search of Farquar and Henry must have done his handiwork at that point. Palmer knows that this is a warning that Beans, Mutto, and Henry will be coming back late tonight to catch Palmer with his pigeon, but Palmer outwits them by hiding behind the couch in the living room with Nipper all night. At one point, Palmer can hear the noise of his friends outside and is able to fall asleep only after he is certain that they have left the yard.

Chapter 31 Analysis

To add to the literary interest of the story, the author uses the technique of anthropomorphism, which means that he attributes human characteristics to inanimate...

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