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Mrs Karen Alison Advanced Composition February 23 2001 Cider House Rules In the movie the Cider House Rules by John Irving there were many factors that dealt from deceit to love to drug abuse to death This movie brought a person from happy to sad to disgust With all these factors in a movie it has an effect on everyone differently So in other words people with different backgrounds and views will have a variated selection of feelings for this movie You might not have the same feelings as I do in my topics but dont hate me for it Growing up as a young man homer the main character showed to be very talented and resourceful As he became a young man Dr Larch started training him to deliver babies and took him in as an apprentice Homer never asked to become an apprentice under Dr Larch but the doctor thought that he knew best for Homer Dr Larch showed much love for Homer and tried to his fullest to keep him at the orphanage Dr Larch took x-rays of a sick orphans chest named Fuzzy Dr Larch deceived Homer by telling Homer that the was Homers heart and that Homer couldnt ever get over excited or something bad might happen This left Homer as a young unexcited fun less child for he was afraid to try things because of his heart So Homer stayed at the orphanage for many years protesting the abortions that Dr Larch was giving to women Finally Homer had enough and left the orphanage and went to work picking apples Dr Larch tried his hardest to get Homer back to the orphanage but was un successful While Homer was enjoying his new career as an apple picker instead of a doctor he became fond of a girl named Candy She was engaged to another man that was off at war Homer and Candy grew closer and closer Eventually
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