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Glass Mountains By Nathan Sullivan In the story of how Paul Farmer began to grow, something’s will remind a reader of Glass Castle where a young girl comes from poverty to a room on park place in New York city. Although these things have a large amount in common there is still a lot that the two differ on. In Glass Castle the father tells his kids how proud he is of them but seems to never care about their well being. He pushes himself forward with an almost blindness and takes no one else cares or concerns into thought. This is much different then what Paul Farmer’s father does. Paul sr. moved away from their house to try and get more for them however he ran into bad luck and never really got out of it. He would move from one attempt to another all with the hope of providing for his family. He did however show a very similar determination to Rex Walls, when he had a plan to get something done nothing stood in his way. He took orders from no one and refused to boast about he’s children when they where present. He felt that if he did that this would give them
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CORE, MATH 110 taught by Professor Scanelle during the Spring '08 term at Valparaiso.

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