As chapter 34 opens, how is everyone now treating Jerry?

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*All quotes are taken from Laurel-Leaf Books edition of "The Chocolate War" by Robert Cormier (1974)

On the bus, Jerry realized that all the other kids were ignoring him. Jerry was invisible: "Suddenly, he was invisible, without body, without structure, a ghost passing transparently through the hours." (Pg. 223)

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