Explain what the statement at the end of chapter 9 shows about Marty and why he feels that way.
Book: Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor — Ch. 9
The description “I’m screaming inside” shows that Marty
The chapter ends with the following sentence.
“I’m bent over there in the beam of Dad’s flashlight, bawling, and I don’t even care.”
What does this statement show about Marty?
How do Ma's feelings change over the course of her interaction with Marty?
The chapter ends with the following sentence. "I'm bent over there in the beam of Dad's flashlight, bawling, and I don't even care." Explain the power behind this statement.
a quick cry or bark
crying very loudly
feeling that someone is guilty of wrongdoing