The Red Convertible

The Red Convertible - The Red Convertible 1. I don't think...

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The Red Convertible 1. I don’t think he would be the type of person I would seek as a friend because his tone of the story shows his age I think and his immaturity and sensitivity towards his brother’s obvious ordeal in the war. 2. Something very traumatic happened to Henry while fighting the war and becoming a prisoner. He was not at all the same person as when he first left he is very quite and sometimes seems to be distant perhaps playing back memories in his mind. 3. I think that the most significant symbol would be the car. Before Henry went to war him and Lyman drove all around visiting other states even and then when Henry returned at first there was no reaction from him toward the car until Lyman went with a hammer and banged up the underneath, bent the tailpipe, ripped the muffler loose, tape off the seats, and put dirt in the carburetor. Then one day Henry tells Lyman that the car looked like shit and Lyman responded with “its old that’s why” but Henry just argued that the car was “a
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