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The Chocolate War

Robert Cormier

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Chapters 1–4

Chapters 5–8

Chapters 9–12

Chapters 13–16

Chapters 17–20

Chapters 21–24

Chapters 25–28

Chapters 29–32

Chapters 33–36

Chapters 37–39

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by poetic-oreos, January 04, 2013

That's my favorite quote from the book and it makes Jerry realize that individuality isn't very meritorious because of the people of the world who will aim to bring you down. This was perfect.

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ATTENTION: VERY IMPORTANT

by Gracelyn0509, June 10, 2013

Be very clear. There is a mistake. It was David Caroni who was blackmailed by Brother Leon into exposing the Vigils as the reason why Jerry did not sell chocolates. It was NOT Brian Cochran.

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5 out of 8 people found this helpful