If the buses stop sunning Ill hitchhike Ill walk if I have to Go ahead and

If the buses stop sunning ill hitchhike ill walk if i

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father “Dad, as soon as I finish classes, I’m getting on the next bus out of her. If the buses stop sunning, I’ll hitchhike. I’ll walk if I have to. Go ahead and built the Glass Castle, but don’t do it for me” (pg. 238). Jeannette was finally done with her father’s broken promises. She didn’t believe in him anymore. Rex realized here that he lost Jeannette. He lost the one person who had faith in him. Rex though that he could use the one thing that made his daughter see hope down the road to bring her back to him, bit it did not work this time. Jeannette was fed up with her father’s constant failures. In conclusion, Jeannette’s parents were very greedy and had no time for their children. Rosemary was always busy with her painting and Rex was an alcoholic who was always drunk. Jeannette had a very broken childhood because of all the terrible experiences she was put throw. Jeannette and her siblings’ lives were always filled with adventure, by moving from country to another. She always had move from a temporary home to another because of her parents’ carless lifestyle that had lived. Jeannette always dreamed about The Glass Castel, but as she got older she realized it was never going to
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Kalai 4 happen. Rex let his daughter down consistently and she finally realized that her dream had only represented all the promises her dad failed to deliver. Rex wanted his daughter Jeannette to have a faith in him even though he knew he did not deserve it.
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