1. Title: For one more day
2. Author: Mitch Albom
3. Setting (when and where):
At the beginning, a baseball field is the setting for the scene that sets the stage for the action of the novel to start, which throughout the entire novel are always present and very important. It is taken place during the middle of the 1900’s on a small town call Pepperville Beach.
Charles “Chick Benetto”: As a kid, he was forced to choose between his parents “father or mother”. He is a strong, cocky athlete, muscular and tall; a good looking guy. Played Baseball, always took for granted his mothers love and adore his dad.
Pauline “Posey Benetto”: Chick’s mother. She had large, almond-shaped eyes, dark and creamy complexion, indeed a very attractive and candid woman, whom after being abandoned by her husband, shortly after looses her nurse career, struggled to raise a family alone. She worked as hairdresser and had to clean apartments to support a family. She died at the age of 79 years of a heart attack.
Leonard “Len Benetto: Chick’s father. Len had an athletic figure, very good-looking and stubborn man. Used to play baseball, and enlisted in the World War II. Also an owner of his own business.
Catherine: Chick’s wife. She met Chick during college, when he was singing “This could be the start of something good.
Maria: Chick’s daughter. She was born at the tail end of chick’s failed career. She had long straight hair and full lips, just like her mother. She took on sports writing job at college.
Roberta: Chick’s young sister. As a kid, always very sweet girl that had a penchant for wearing ballerina shoes everywhere she goes. When she became fifteen, she suggests that her mother remarry.
This story is about “Charley Benetto”, unhappy, facing the pain of his unfulfilled dreams, lost his family and job due to his depression and alcohol abuse decided one day to kill...
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