As the second to last paragraph begins on page 154, the words “Since then three winters have gone by…” signify the beginning of the resolution. The wording of this phrase is extremely important. If the author had just stated that three years have gone by, we the reader would not have had the cold lonely feeling and visualization that we do when we read, “three winters have gone by”. In this paragraph it speaks of how the place has become harder to escape, saying how the rain had washed deeper ruts in the clay road that leads to the farm and how a pair of searchlights had been added to the walls. The searchlights being the aftermath of Tico’s escape almost seem unnecessary, almost doubt anyone would be trying to escape soon. In the... [continues]
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