Brother By George Orwell Passage Analysis

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“Brother” is pretty cruel and mean so I hold him accountable for the death of Doodle (William Armstrong). Some of these reasons why I think so is that he abandoned him in the forest, he didn’t care if he was leaving him behind, and he wasn’t going to help him home at all. To start it all off his “Brother” left his only sibling in the forest. On page 6 paragraph 1 or 2 is says “After we had drifted a long way, I put the oars in place and made Doodle row back against the tide.” The reason I think this is because he was making Doodle row both of them against the tide and he was only 5 at the time, and making a 5 year old row against the tide for you is just cruel. Aswell on page 6 paragraph 4 or 5 it tells us this “I hadn’t run too far before I became tired, and…show more content…
For the beginning on page 6 paragraph 3 or 4 it states “ I ran as fast as I could, leaving him far behind with a wall of rain dividing us.” The reasoning that this is helpful in this case is that when he was afraid and careless he decided to run as fast as he could and as far away as he could make it without realizing his brother was no longer behind him. To add on to the situation on page 6 paragraph 1 or 2 it says “After we had drifted a long way.” So they are saying that Doodle was already drifting apart from his brother and his brother didn 't care for it at all. Lastly on page 6 paragraph 3 or 4 “bitter, and that streak of cruelty within me awakened.” This goes to show how he already knew that he was going to leave Doodle in the dust just like in the beginning when he wanted to smother him in the pillow. After this all happend Brother regrets his life decisions that he and Doodle ever did. In conclusion I hold him accountable for the death of Doodle. Mainly because of these reasons, he abandoned him in the forest, he didn’t care if he was leaving him behind, and he wasn’t going to help him home at

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