Where The Red Fern Grows Essay

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1. The memories of the narrator were brought back when he saw a hound in a dog.2. The terrible disease Billy had when he was ten was puppy love.3. Billy was not able to get the dogs because his family did not have enough money.4. Some of the things Billy did to get money were he picked berries and sold them to his grandpa, he sold supplies to fishermen, he trapped coons for their fur it took Billy two years to save up for the money.5. Some of the incidents that Billy had in town compared to where he lived was that the kids called him a hillbilly and the old lady laughed at him when he came out of the fire escape.6. Billy showed his courage with the mountain lion by throwing rocks down the side of the mountain.7. Billy got the names for his dogs when he saw them carved into a tree at a fisherman's campground.8. Billy's parents wan to move to town some day so their kids can get and education.9. It took a while for grandpa's traps to work because Billy's scent was around the traps.10. Billy decided to chop down the big tree because his dogs treed their first coon and he promised them that if they treed the coon he would take care of the rest.11. Billy turned down his farther help to cut down the tree because he did not want to let his dogs down this showed loyalty.12. Billy gave the money he got from the coonskins to his farther.13. Billy decided not to tell his parents about Little Ann's accident because he was...

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