To Kill His Brother Analysis

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During the 50 's baseball became a huge deal, It was like the NFL we watch now, it was the sport to watch and see and go to games! It started to become important to win championships and world series, and if you didn 't you felt really bad, this is true for the sluggers. They had won a championship but do to a greedy a brother they never had the chance win another Championship again. Skidmore "the greedy brother" Was involved in the death of his brother, and there are many ways that the author show different perspectives and leaves hints that allow one to understand who killed BoddleBooks and all fingers are pointed towards little brother Skidmore. Initially in this story you can see that skidmore is guilty of killing his brother because,…show more content…
For example everybody enjoys Boddlebooks, secondly he is extremely wealthy and has a giant mansion that is painted red and it 's whwere he holds parties, An with his manision is everyhting bubble gum. Skidmore is different than his older brother he is tall and slender and is always wearing cloack, while his older brother is three hundred pounds has sideburns and has a nice kind welcoming smile. It can be concluded that skidmore is jelous of his older brother. Skidmore contains a dark jelousy, it 's an jelously where you begin to actually despise the person you are jelous of and whish for them to disaapear so you yourself won 't have to deal with having to see and look at them and hear everybody talk about them. Initally the author shows how jelous skimopre is of his brother and this in the end of the story makes him look very guilty for his brothers…show more content…
The author does this by building up different persepctives throughout the story that show how Skidmore is. In all seriousness we can basically conlude that Skidmore di infact kill his brother, and he did it because of jealously. He also did it because he despised his brother for chewing bubble gum. And lastly he killed him with a pretzel, cause it can be assumed that Skidmore wanted everything that his brother
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