Summary Of The Book 'Sounder' By William H. Armstrong

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The book Sounder by William H. Armstrong states “ ‘Poor creature. Poor creature,’ said the mother and turned away to get him some food,” reveals a change in her attitude toward Sounder. The night Sounder whimpered and eagerly pawed at the door, he had many gashes, broken bones and had a skeleton like body. The mother’s heart ached for this poor creature. As fast as she could, the mother grabbed sounder and pulled him into the warm, fire burning cabin. The boy also feels heartbroken for the miserable coon dog and wants to help him. the father and the boy used to look after Sounder but now, since the father is gone, the mother has to. Sounder used to jump up and go hunting with the father and the boy would feed him every night. Now, the father
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