How Would You Describe Doodle And Brother, And Their Relationship?

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Finally- Transition When the women gives Taylor the baby, Taylor says- Lead in Quote- "If I wanted a baby, I would have stayed in Kentucky" Describe Doodle and brother, and their relationship (pg.44) Wednesday, September 19, 2012 7:57 AM It seems like their relationship involves much love , but the brother can get annoyed how he's incapable of doing many things himself I think the Lady and the Tiger frustrates us because it leaves us wondering and suspicious of what happened at the end. I think the author also refuses to us because she wants us to think and have some mystery and realize of how we really are in trying to visualize the situation and what we might have done. In the story, it talks about mixed emotions and feeling toward the…show more content…
Thesis Statement Wednesday, September 05, 2012 12:43 PM The family in a Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith shows that we need family for moral support, feeling of being wanted, and advise in human growth and development. . Transition- In addition, Lead-in- when brother scares Doodle in teaching him to stand, Doodle says, Quote- "Don't hurt me , Brother" Finally- Transition… When Taylor thinks about Lou Anne's lack of confidence , she says .. Quote- " For Lou Anne, life, itself was life threatning. In the cover girl assembly I learned that you don't have to be skinny to be pretty. Everyone has a different body shape and we can't all be the same size. We should all learn to love ourselves and our neighbors just like we would like to be treated. I've also learned people would do anything just so they can get their product bought. Nichole Clark really opened my insight in beauty in the magazine and in the real
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