Wood Grouse On A High Promontory Overlooking Canada

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The brothers seem to be fond of each other and enjoy each others company, but the narrator also brings the age difference into focus and the fact that the story is written in the past tense increases the impression that this is a fifteen-year-olds experiences that are being looked back on: “I don’t know...
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I was fifteen. I spent a lot of time throwing rocks, I know that.” (Line 8.) With his brother being back from war, Bud is not quite sure how to behave and he therefore dismisses himself as a kid who does not know any better. This is also emphasized by the fact that it is mostly Gary who talks. When Bud opens his mouth it is either a lame excuse: “I didn’t think I was going to hit one, Gary” (Line 46) or a stupid question as a result of lack of sense of occasion: “Did you kill anyone in Vietnam?” (Line 74...
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