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  • My brother goes to court
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  • Father goes to the court
    The Father goes to the court I. Plot · Incentive Movement - The young narrator begins by describing his large family · Rising Action - Complaint of the rich man to the father in terms with the spirit and wealthy food causing for his family became thin and sick.
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  • In the name of the father review
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  • The theme of father/son relationships in beowulf & the song of roland
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