A book report on the chocolate war by robert cormier

The coach, however, is impressed by Jerry's ability to take a beating and come back for more.

the chocolate war chapter summary

Jerry feels guilty for causing his father to lose sleep but doesn't admit to what's been going. Jerry has a broken jaw and possibly some internal injuries. She was active in the civil rights movement in the early sixties and later spent time in Cormier shows what happens to Jerry Renault and his protagonist Archie Costello.

Obie spots Brother Leon watching the fight at a distance just before the electricity is turned off. Honestly, Cormier did too good a job capturing the least favorite part of my life. That night, he stares at himself in the mirror and sees his father's face.

Others call the house, waking his father. Brother Leon knows that Archie is the one responsible for this, and he allows the violence against Jerry to continue.

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THE CHOCOLATE WAR by Robert Cormier