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The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg
I’m going to explain why Homer in “The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg” left Jebediah Brewster’s to find Harold in the war. Even though he had shelter, food, and was well taken care of, also there are great dangers if he leaves.
First I’m going to tell you about how it started. Well Homer and Harold were living with their mean Uncle. Their Uncle was really mean to them and he left them half starved. So Homer stole food from the hogs and he tried to eat as many as he can. Then the Uncle came and tried to hit Homer but Harold tried to fight him back. Then the Uncle sold Harold to the army even though he was under age. That’s why Homer going to find Harold because he did so many things for Homer.
First I’m going to tell you why he left Jebediah Brewster’s house. One of the reasons he left is that he didn’t want to find out that his brother was killed during the war, and he knows that Harold is too brave to back down from the fight. He would also be really sad because when Homer was afraid of the dark Harold would sit right next to him until he fell asleep. So those are some reasons why he left to find his brother in the war.
So now you know why Homer went to go find Harold in the war even though he knew that he would face dangerous adventures. I hope you enjoyed my essay.
Article posted December 2, 2011 at 11:24 AM •
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