Question: English & Literature

3. How does Terrys conversation with his father serve as the climax of the story?

3. How does Terrys conversation with his father serve as the climax of the story? a. His father finally decides to get help for his Vietnam syndrome, which Terry knows will make his father behave m

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Terry's conversation with his father serves as the climax because the reader gets to understand (along with Terry) why his father thinks that stopping the sun will save his life. 

MHood2 | 506 days ago