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Why Homer P. Figg Left Mr. Brewster's House
I’m going to tell you why Homer Figg from The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg left the safe home of Jebediah Brewster’s house to find his brother that got sold to the army and how he found him. This book is about a journey for Homer to find his brother before he goes into the war.
One of the reasons Homer left Mr. Brewster’s house is Homer does not want his brother Harold to die in the war. If Harold dies Homer would be the last one in the family. If Harold dies homer would be alone. That was one reason why Homer left Brewster’s house.
Another reason Homer left the house was he likes being with Harold. Sometimes Harold would tell Homer a story and he liked listening to them. They both went on an adventure and Homer had fun with Harold. That is another reason why Homer left the house to get Harold.
Now I am going to tell you how Homer got to Harold. First he had a guy from Mr. Brewster’s house to help him on his journey. But later some people tricked him into give them all their money. Homer got kidnapped and throne into a pig pen. A professor found him and put him into a circus as the amazing pig boy. They traveled and got cot selling whiskey. Homer flu away in a flying balloon and landed in the middle of a war. Then Homer found Harold. That is how he found Harold.
That was two reasons why he left Mr. Brewster’s house and how he found Harold
Article posted December 5, 2011 at 02:33 PM •
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