Hunchback In The Park Analysis

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My first point which shows sympathy in Hunchback In The Park is that the Hunch back does not fit in a class because of his disability. This point is backed up by "slept at night in a dog kennel". That quote is showing that he is almost in the same class as a dog, this quote is also showing isolation as he has he can't go anywhere else because of how cruel the society is. Society is cruel towards the Hunchback because of his disability.The author is referring back to isolation and poverty as he is homeless because of what he looks like, the author is referring back to poverty as the Hunchback had to sleep in a dog kennel because he had nowhere else to go. Sympathy is being shown as the Hunchback is shown as an outsider. This point is backed up by "dodging the park keeper" this quote is showing the cruelty in society as he has to…show more content…
This quote is showing that he does not fit with anyone or any class also it shows he can't afford his own water because he can't get a job because of his disability. This quote also implies that he is homeless and nobody cares for him as he has to drink from a chained cup. The phrase "chained cup" also represents that he is treated like an animal because we use chains to stop and hold our animals, this also relates to the Hunchback because he can't afford his own water so he has to use somebody else's. The author is referring back to him not fitting in a class. My final and last point is showing sympathy as he is represented as homeless. "The Hunchback In The Park", this quote is showing homelessness as he sleeps and lives in the park, this quote implies that he has nowhere to live or go so he lives in a public park. The author is referring back to cruelty and no class because if the society wasn't so cruel, the people might not have given a roof under his head but they would have given the life
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