A Single Shard Analysis

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Crane-man is an old man from the town of Ch 'ulp 'o. Crane-Man can be viewed as an experienced individual. One reference from the book " A Single Shard " that confirms Crane-Man is experienced is "Scholars read the great words of the world. But you and I must read the world itself." From page 7. This reference supports my claim because Crane-Man is teaching Tree Ear how to survive in the world as a poor child. He is also trying to guide Tree Ear to make good choices without a education. Another quote that supports that he is experienced is "Work gives a man dignity, stealing takes it away." From page 6. In this situation Crane-Man is telling Tree Ear that he has to work to earn something. And that
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