Before I Burn - Part 2: Sections I through VIII Summary & Analysis

Gaute Heivoll
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Part 2: Sections I through VIII

Section I

Dag was very much wanted by his parents and was a perfectly formed baby boy. As an only child, he never had to share the love of his parents with a sibling. He learned to read early and loved books. Ultimately, he became the best in his class in writing and reading. He wrote stories that were often bloody and violent which seemed out of character for the quiet, shy young boy who was overly polite. He was first to help the elderly with shoveling snow and other chores. Ingemann and Alma were filled with pride when it came to their son. It was their unrestrained love they responded when asked how they had gotten such a perfect son.

As a youngster, Dag had seen two houses burn to the ground. He could...

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