the bath - his job and tried to make a living for himself...

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1Chris Manzo Prof. Knapp Comp. 2 February 19, 2008 The Bath 1) The parents do not even think about the cake, they are thinking about their sons health. The baker keeps calling because he thinks they are not going to pick up the cake and he is going to loose money because he made it. 2) Miscommunication takes place between the mother and father. The mother did not tell the father about the cake so he did not know what the baker was talking about. Also between the father and the baker. The father just said he didn’t know what he was talking about. The baker could have said the birthday cake for Scotty. A Small, Good Thing, 1)The baker was a man who liked what he did but hated that he had no family. He felt lonely seeing all the families coming for cakes and the wedding cakes. The baker was a man who did
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Unformatted text preview: his job and tried to make a living for himself by working all day and night. 2) The parents are a loving couple, it is shown by how they look out for each other. How the father tries to comfort the mother and how they try to do everything they can for each other. They blame the doctors for their son’s condition. They say the doctors don’t know what it is and that he is like that because of the doctors not knowing. 5) I preferred The Bath over A Small, Good Thing, because the first story got to the point. It did not have many unneeded details as the second story did. The first story also left more of a cliff hanger as the ending and the second story did not have a good ending....
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