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Analysis of Where the Red Fern GrowsWhere the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls is a heart-warming tale of a boy and his two hunting hounds Billy is an independent and brave young boy who has a deep love for his dogs Little Ann and Old Dan Old Dan is one of Billys red-bone hounds he is strong and often doesnt think things through causing him to get into many sticky situations Little Ann is Billys other red-bone Unlike Old Dan Little Ann uses her intelligence to track coons This story shows the connection between a boy and his dogs and how he will never let them down no matter what Billy told his dogs that if they put a coon in a tree he would do the rest and that he didnt care if it took him a year to cut the tree downWhen Little Ann and Old Dan tree their first coon it is up in the humongous sycamore Billy calls the big tree Billy hacks away at the giant tree and is determined to cut it down When his father tells him it will be near impossible to cut the tree down Billy replies If I dont get that coon my dogs will never believe in me again 81 This statement shows that Billy will never give up on anything if it has to do with his dogs Not only is Billy loyal to his dogs they are loyal to him At the Championship Coon Hunt Old Dan and Little Ann prove their determination by sticking with a coon even during a blizzard One of the men that witnessed this said Some people call it loyalty but I call it love - the deepest kind of love 214 Billy Little Ann and Old Dan all love each other deeply and throughout the story their love for each other shows One night on a hunt after the championship the three come across
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