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Wringer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 37 Summary

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Chapter 37 Summary

Fortunately, Beans and Mutto stop teasing Palmer after Henry's inspection of Palmer's bedroom. Palmer stays close to home and does not even see Dorothy much anymore. Sometimes Palmer plays with his toy soldiers and his father even shows him official military placements and movements of soldiers. Eventually Palmer tires of the soldiers and buries them in the backyard. Palmer accompanies his father to a baseball game out of town and Palmer cannot decide if he has had a good time or not. As Palmer and his father drive home that night, Palmer holds the foul ball that Palmer's father caught at the game and Palmer swears he can feel a tiny heartbeat.

Chapter 37 Analysis

The author uses anthropomorphism in this chapter when he assigns human characteristics to a pink eraser and a hippo slipper that Palmer uses as enemy targets in his make believe battle against his...

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