Tiger Eyes - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

After all of the visitors and neighbors leave on the night of Davey's father's death there is emptiness in the house. Davey and Jason join their mother in bed to comfort one another. They leave all of the remaining lights on in the house in order to feel more secure. Jason is full of questions about their father's murder. "What's it like to be dead?" " When Daddy got shot. Do you think it hurt him?" He asks all of the questions that Davey wants to ask, but she can't find the words. Davey simply squeezes her mother's hands and the three try to go to sleep.

Chapter 3 Analysis

Using conversation throughout the chapter, the reader is able to see first hand how Jason deals with his confusion about his father's death. He has a more innocent point of view than Davey, and he...

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