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Reading The Light The story that is most significant to me is Reading the Light by Roger Pfingston This story felt like it was written from the heart It is filled with emotions ones that the author caught in his story very well Even though I could not empathize with Brian I did feel sympathetic towards him When David said to Brian Is it really such a surprise Im sure you know that your mother and I havent been the best of friends lately 6 that was a shock to me David did not seem to be sympathetic towards his son instead he made it sound like it had happened and that there was nothing that could be done about it At the end of the story David Maria and Brian went to the park where the author stated The three of them stood huddled in the glare of ice and sun 7 My heart sank They just stood there accepting that their family was breaking up I thought that Roger Pfingston wrote this story from his heart I was able to put myself in Brians place and actually feel how I thought he would feel The story that stretched my imagination the most was Charles by Shirley Jackson Even though children have wild imaginations it did not occur to me that a child in kindergarten would tell such an elaborate lie When I looked back in the story I found the spot where I think that Laurie first started to tell his lie The teacher spanked a boy though For being fresh was Lauries replay to his mother asking him what happened in school Laurie thought It was Charles 14 When I reread this I thought that this was where Laurie decided to put on his act I know that young children are capable of a lot of things and some times they go unnoticed like Lauries charade This story seemed to
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