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"The School" is the first-person account of Edgar, a schoolteacher who hesitantly recalls a series of plants and animals that died in his classroom as well as people associated with his students who also passed away.
"The School" is told in the past tense.
The title "The School" identifies the setting of the story. It also relates to the sometimes brutal lessons the students learn about life.
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