The Tuesday Wars Play Analysis

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William Shakespeare once said “When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry.” In the book The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt, Holling Hoodhood was walking down one of the school halls tormented about all of the posters (put up by Doug Swieteck’s brother) of himself in the play The Tempest. In the poster Holling was featured wearing yellow luminous tights with accompanying feathers on the butt. If this was me I would get harassed so much that i would feel very heavy-hearted. At the end of the chapter Holling was walking down the same hall happily because he is cherishing the smiles that he got by saving his sister after pushing her ambitiously out of the way of the out of control bus.
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