School Conclusion
School Conclusion

School Conclusion

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The final plot twist comes at the last two sentences of the story. Here the narrator speaks directly to the reader, giving us information the characters don’t even know. How is this an appropriate conclusion to the story? What final statement is being made about the character?

In “Hunters In The Snow’ By Tibias Wolff, A statement is being made by the narrator at the end of the story when it said, “They had taken a wrong turn a long way back” he ending indicates a dramatic irony; Kenny wounded in the truck, Frank and Tub eating in the diner, truly having no idea of the death approaching. This is an appropriate conclusion to the story because it makes the readers think about what happened after Kenny, Frank, And Tub lost their way going to the hospital.

It also makes the readers ask more questions towards the end and the begging of the story, as if the characters Tub and Frank were giving excuses to not get Kenny to the hospital or would they have acted the same towards Kenny if it was hot outside or if t was storming? The cold weather Just gave them a more reasonable excuse; I think they would’ve still found an Rodriguez 2 excuse to stop at a restaurant or any other place. I think they would have found an excuse because they didn’t really want to get Kenny to the Emergency Room.

When they stopped to get coffee or food they could’ve taken Kenny i

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n with them to get him warm, even asked the people in the coffee shop if they could use the phone. Why do you think the people at the coffee shop didn’t ask them questions about their friend in the back of the truck? I don’t think the people in the coffee shop would have done anything about it. I think this town Just doesn’t care what happens around them, in my opinion I think they Just focus on them and not their surroundings, like the farmhouse owner’s wife didn’t do anything about Kenny when she saw him injured.

The final statement that is being made is that Frank and Tub didn’t really want to get Kenny to the hospital. I think Frank and Tub didn’t really care for Kenny. In the beginning of the story when they were arguing Frank told Tub “Stop bitching, Tub. Get centered” Then when Tub was waiting for them on the side of the road to arrive and pick him up, that’s when you could tell they weren’t really friends.

Do you feel sympathy towards Kenny at the end of the story more than at the beginning? At the beginning of the story, Kenny was mean and Judgmental, but at the end of the story since he got shot and was left in the back of the truck the whole ride to the hospital and not taken inside when Tub and Frank went inside to get warm. This story is about friendship because you never know who your true friends are until they say or do something brave to protect you.

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