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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 33 Summary

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Chapter 33 Summary

Palmer takes temporary refuge leaning against a garbage dumpster behind a grocery store. The hot weather and Palmer's running for several blocks demands that he rest for a while. He is grateful when a store employee realizes his discomfort and provides a cold soft drink. As Palmer crouches on the ground he weighs his options and thinks that he could stay in this spot and run home in the dark when his risk of detection would be less, but Palmer is afraid that Beans and the others will go to his house and harm Nipper. Palmer decides to take his chances for Nipper's sake and runs the five remaining blocks home. Breathless, Palmer reaches home, dashes upstairs and finds Panther looking fixedly at Nipper tapping on the outside of the window.

Chapter 33 Analysis

Although Beans, Mutto, and Henry are not at Palmer's house, their presence is felt...

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