A Father's Pride By Neil Gaiman Analysis

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In the story A Father’s Pride, by Neil Gaiman, the author speaks about his pride in his son and discovers his father’s pride in him. Neil’s son Mike, after seeing the movie Mighty Ducks, was adamant about playing hockey and though Neil knew nothing about the sport, he supported his son in every way he could. Neil’s father came to a game and was filled with happiness as his grandson played a sport. Neil “was the other kind of kid.” His mind would wonder while playing any sport and was always picked last. Because he was more of a dreamer he decided to become a writer. His father did not understand Neil’s decision but supported him how he could. Mike started working with computers, which totally puzzled his father. Computer terminology

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