Wringer Discussion Questions

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Why does Palmer feel like he has to become a Wringer at the Pigeon Shoot?

Discuss Palmer's sensitivity and compassion for animals which is the basis for his disgust about the Pigeon Shoot.

Why do all the boys want Farquar to give them "The Treatment" on their birthdays?

Dorothy offers to tell the world that Palmer does not want to become a Wringer. Why won't Palmer let Dorothy take care of this? What problems does Palmer anticipate if Dorothy were to make this announcement?

Do you think that Palmer is more sensitive than other children or has he simply been raised in an environment that allows for freedom of expression?

If you were in the same situation as Palmer, would you want to be a Wringer? Why or Why Not?

What lessons does Palmer learn from the appearance of Nipper in his life?

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