Responce Paper #3

Responce Paper #3 - Sage Smith 4-28-08 Ren/Rev Who is...

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Sage Smith 4-28-08 Ren/Rev Who is responsible for the sadness that is the story’s outcome—Holdsworth? Paul? Rev. and Mrs. Holman? Phillis herself? Make clear who you hold most responsible. The book Cousin Phillis is about a boy by the name of Paul Manning. In the beginning of the book Paul leaves his family and home to work on the railroad in a town by the name of Eltham, which is the town where the railroad is coming through. There is a little town near by called Heathbridge and this is where Hope Farm is located. Paul goes and visits Hope Farm and finds comfort in the people who live here. “The Hope farm was in Heathbridge proper, and the owners name was Holman, and he was an independent minister, and, as far as the landlord could tell his wife’s Christian name was Phillis…” (Gaskell 4). Cousin Phillis, as Paul would call her, was the character that impacted him the most in the story. The sadness in the story occurs when Phillis starts crying and Paul could tell
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