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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 36 Summary

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Chapter 36 Summary

Beans and Mutto continue to torment Palmer until one day he yells at them that Nipper is gone. The friends do not believe Palmer, so he offers to let them look in his bedroom. Palmer remembers that his mother will not allow Beans and Mutto into the house anymore, so Palmer suggests that Henry come as their representative to check out the situation. Henry arrives, searches Palmer's bedroom, and reports back to Beans and Mutto that the bird is no longer in Palmer's house.

Chapter 36 Analysis

In spite of not being friends with Beans, Mutto, and Henry any longer, Palmer must still interact with them until he can prove that Nipper is no longer in his bedroom. Palmer suffers the same harassment that the boys inflicted on Dorothy all winter. He realizes the cruelty of unrelenting teasing and has a newfound empathy for Dorothy.

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