Unformatted text preview: with their father. First, it is a very odd exchange with Tilden and Dodge when Tilden comes in with the corn. They have a long argument about whether corn actually exists in the backyard. That doesn’t really seem like something a father and son should be arguing about. His other son, Bradley is just plain weird. Bradley is determined to shave his fathers head. Again, something that is just very odd. Dodge doesn’t seem necessarily happy to ever see his sons, yet doesn’t want them to leave. Tilden also has a son, Vince, who he is convinced isn’t actually his son. When Vince goes to visit him, he keeps claiming he doesn’t recognize his own son. As you can see the father-son relationship is both books is very strained, and doesn’t seem to resemble what we think of today....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENG 140 taught by Professor Blackwell during the Spring '07 term at Hartford.
- Spring '07