Billy Parham Analysis

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Billy, Man, Nature, and the World Going through manhood can have a very drastic change in your life. Many young boys learn the steps of going into manhood from their fathers and grandfathers. But for Billy Parham this was not the case. Billy chose to face nature, man and the world on his on. Through the experiences he goes through he learns about the world and men and the consequences one can have from our own actions. Billy feels lost and wants to find out who he really is. Billy becomes obsessed with the she wolf. He wants to catch her and when finally he gets her he feels the wolf’s pain and wants to help her. Billy decided to take the wolf back to Mexico where she had come from. He did not say anything to anybody and did not think about…show more content…
Billy had learned a lot about nature and life and the Indian could see it. He told him not to keep it to himself and share it with others. Billy thought he was going to arrive home and find everything the way he had left it, but the house was empty and there was no trace of his parents or his brother, Boyd. After finding out his parents had been murdered by two Indians he went for his brother and wanted to return to Mexico to find his fathers horses and seek revenge on the Indians who had killed his parents. Billy wants to find peace within him and the only way he can have it is to have revenge on the Indians who killed his parents. Revenge is not a good thing and it is not the way to go. His brother falls in love with a young girl and leaves Billy. Billy is left alone once more, first with the wolf and now with his brother. When he returns to Mexico to find his brother he only finds his remains he had been killed. Billy matures through the bad things that have happened to him. The last thing that he wants to do is take his brothers remains back to New Mexico but he fails to do

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