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Creative Task The Stone Boy Six years ago Arnold Curwing accidentally shot his brother with a 22 caliber rifle He was nine years old at the time Surrounding this incident as you would expect he was under fire by his neighbors and peers from thereon even though it was an accident Generally they all blamed him Some detested him for not getting in trouble Some might debate that he got not enough punishment Others might conclude that the knowledge of living the rest of his life knowing that he killed his brother would be punishment enough The people that he loved the people he was closest to blamed him including his mother and sister blamed him This is the kind of thing that a person nine years of age does not forget For this reason I make the following analysis When he was young Arnold seemed like a child with no education except for the knowledge that had been passed down the family like the need to pick peas before the sun comes up while they are still cool pieces of information like this would be all that he needs to get by when we assume he inherits the farm from his father So he would not be very bright by todays standards Naivety would be a characteristic you would expect from him as well it seems that in his community mostly everybody would accept what is given to them and not question it Uncle Andy for instance immediately believed the sheriffs verdict be it correct or not and is later quoted to have said Hes a reasonable fellow thats what the sheriff said Everybody when they were having a discussion in their living room shared the same subjective view Arnold would be quiet but still not keeping to his pact of never asking anybody for anything ever again First off in the story he appeared just a bit talkative After
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