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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 32 Summary

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Chapter 32 Summary

The next morning, Palmer is able to return to his room before his parents discover that he and Nipper spent the night behind the living room couch. Palmer thinks that his secret is safe because Beans and the others did not find any evidence of Nipper in his room last night, but the sound of the doorbell announces Beans, Mutto, and Henry. Palmer realizes that he has been discovered as soon as he sees Nipper's Nerf ball in Beans' hand meaning that Beans had taken it from Palmer's room last night. Palmer tries to pass off the nickname "Nipper" written on the ball as his own when he was a small boy, but Beans does not believe the story.

Beans drops the topic temporarily and the boys set out to find Farquar to deliver Palmer's birthday Treatment. Palmer tries to conjure up the memory of the pride...

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