Johnny Tremain Analysis

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So the beginning Johnny Tremain is apprentice working with a silversmith in Boston in 1773. Jonathan Lyte comes into the the shop to get his tea pot fixed, so Johnny offers to fix it himself but his “master” doesn’t think he can because he is not even done with half term. They try and try and try to get the handle just right but they couldn’t get it. So one day Johnny’s master left he was planning on pouring the melted metal in the mold until somebody was coming looking through the windows. If they would to get caught they could go to jail. So they plan to pour water onto the fire so it looks like they weren’t doing anything and Johnny ended up spilling the hot melted metal and burnt his hand. He never got his hand looked at so his fingers…show more content…
Lyte’s house to talk about there relationship of family. Johnny told Mr. Lyte that his full name was “Johnny Lyte Tremain”. Once Johnny got to his house he gave Mr. Lyte his cup from his mother which ends up being Mr. Lyte’s dead sister. Mr. Lyte ends up saying that Johnny stole the cup from him, so the go to court and Johnny is proven not guilty. Johnny become friends with The Sons of Liberty. So Johnny is told that he needs to blow the whistle when he hears “This meeting can do nothing more to save the country” at the speech. Johnny heard the phrase and he blow on that whistle to tell The Sons of Liberty to move on and go to take the tea and dump it off the boat. Which they do as been told, which this is known as the Boston Tea Party. But in Spring 1775 the red coats are here and are planning something. The Sons of Liberty are trying to find out what. They end up going into a small “war” Lexington Green April 19, 1775, they didn’t plan to shoot but someone and they don’t know from which side shot the first shot and then all went loose. Men died and other men ran. The citizens of Boston ran the red coats out until they weren’t running it anymore. But only because Paul Revere rode through the night warning the men in the
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