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Incidents that occur in ones childhood tend to affect them possibly for the rest of the rest of their life This applies to the novel Fifth Business and the characters Dunstan Ramsey and Boy Staunton Throughout the lives of these characters Dunstan lives in the shadow of Boy due to feelings of guilt and responsibility as a result of one winter evening in the town of Deptford As Boy and Dunny grew up together they were each others best friends and also worst enemies but they were on basically equal terms in their childish trials of life This remained to be true until that winter day in Deptford when Mrs Dempster was struck with a snowball that was meant for Dunny Since that point in time Dunny being the more caring and excepting of responsibility for other peoples problems of the two has not lived up to par with the life of Boy Staunton Ever since the snowball accident Dunny has been preoccupied by worrying over Mary Dempster and now her son Paul At the age of sixteen the small town of Deptford becomes too much for Dunny to handle so he decides to drop out of secondary school and join the Army Dunny needed a change in his life something to get his mind off Mrs Dempster and the guilt he felt for her Leading up to his departure to the War he never really saw much of Mary mainly because Mr Dempster told him to stay away but also because every time him saw her he couldnt hold back feelings of guilt and remorse This troubled Dunny much more then he would ever let on On the other hand Boy was doing as well as ever possibly due to the fact that he knew that much of the responsibility of Mary and Paul was securely on the shoulders of Dunny Dunny knew this as well but it was too late
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