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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 35 Summary

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Chapter 35 Summary

For a moment, Palmer considers not feeding Nipper or not opening the window so that the bird will eventually fly away and end all the problems. Dorothy is naturally appalled by Palmer's suggestions, just as Palmer knew she would be. Palmer paces the room wondering how Beans and the others will try to kill Nipper. When Palmer stops for a moment Dorothy breaks out into a huge laugh because Nipper has been pacing along with Palmer, stopping when he stops, turning when he turns. Palmer is both thrilled and sad at this humorous moment.

The next day Palmer's mother visits his room to tell Palmer that she and his father have known about Nipper for quite awhile. Palmer protests thinking that he had kept his secret admirably, but Palmer's mother is not angry about Nipper and tells Palmer that the pigeon can stay. Palmer is concerned for...

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