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My story Murphys Boy by Torey Hayden is a famous true story about the life of a teacherpsychologist lady Torey who helps a non-talking boy Kevin This story started off with Torey meeting Kevin for the first time She noticed that he was crouched underneath of a table all closed in and not talking He refused to talk to anyone not even his teachers They called him Zoo-Boy He was 15 years old Torey sat down in the room with Kevin and she started reading to him That was all that she could do for a long time was read After many talks and room switches Torey discovered that Kevin wanted to learn how to talk He was just so overcome by fears that he could not speak During this stressful and time consuming time period of teaching Kevin how to speak he was slowly able to speak again After a while of talking Kevin started slowly bringing Torey into his life and all his secrets He had always mentioned a sister named Carol but there were no records of her After a while Torey decided to join the Big Sisters program that she was dragged in by a friend and she found her wonderful new sister named Charity Charity would never leave Torey alone She always was hungry and always pestered Torey Charity would stay on Toreys doorstep and wait for her to come home Charity also had a bad problem of lying invariably After a long time of coaching Kevin and teaching him she started to notice different behavior patterns He started getting hostile and all sorts of stuff He started opening up a part of his life to Torey that she did not know even existed That part was the mean angry Kevin Kevin used a piece pf his bed to make a knife to break out and kill his father His father always beat him when he was
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