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Unformatted text preview: Billy had worked so hard to get those dogs and he had grown so attached to them both through their many adventures, topped off by the mountain lion incident. This part in the book is by far the saddest and almost brought a tear to my eye. By far the most touching part of the book and my personal favorite part is when Billy goes to say good-bye to his buried dogs and he sees the red fern. He then remembers the old Indian legend about where the red fern grows, hence the name of the book. Mr. Rawls did a great thing when he made the ending a happy one. This is a terrific book that is very happy and sad at the same time. It's a literary masterpiece. While reading the book I felt what Billy was feeling. It was written so good that I could just put myself in Billy's place. Once again, this is a great book....
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course EDS 103 taught by Professor White during the Spring '10 term at E. Kentucky.
- Spring '10
- Where the Red Fern Grows