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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 34 Summary

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Chapter 34 Summary

Later that day Palmer informs Dorothy that he must send Nipper away in order to protect him. Now that Palmer has raised Beans' ire he knows that Beans will stop at nothing to harm Palmer's bird. The imminent date of the Pigeon Shoot is another reason why Palmer thinks it best if Nipper were to leave town for good.

Early the next morning, Palmer and Dorothy tell their parents they are going on a breakfast picnic and leave on their bikes with Nipper secure in the shoebox in the basket of Dorothy's bike. Riding out into the country, further than either has ever ridden, Palmer takes Nipper into a wooded area, emerges in tears, and hops on his bike pedaling as fast as he can. Dorothy eventually catches up to Palmer. It is dusk when they return home to find Nipper waiting at Palmer's windowsill.

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