What did Rick truly believe about his father and the type of person he once was and the type of person he became? What changed his father? Why did Rick choose to believe this?
Explain the historical implications of the book. How does the time and place create the lives and the choices of the people in the book?
How did poverty shape the young lives of the three brothers? How did Margaret get caught up in the poverty cycle, and what did it cost her?
Compare Rick and his brothers to an average American household. How were the boys the same as others? How were they different? Mention not only material items but how they thought about themselves and how others thought about them.
Thirty years later, Rick went back to see the big house that he once lived in. It was renovated. Rick wanted to scream...
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