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Topics: Sleep, World War II, Aspirin Pages: 4 (607 words) Published: April 30, 2014
In the poem “Timothy Winters” Charles Causley makes the reader feel sorry for the character of Timothy. In this essay I will discuss how he does this through the setting, characters and plot. In this essay I have shown how Charles Causley used setting, character and plot in the in the poem Timothy Winters to make the reader feel symphoty for Timothy. I feel sorry timothy winters because he is living during World War II.

The bombs dropping down that is why he does not get enough sleep. Timothy Winters sleeps in a sack on the kitchen floor in Suez Street it is sad for me to see Timothy Winters sleeping on the floor and I can’t believe that his dad and grandma can buy him a bed.

The money that they get they spend it on aspirin and gin and beers and. Timothy Winters is a poor boy and he is a hungry boy that does not get anything to eat. If he does get something to eat he is so hungry that­­ he licks the pattern off his plate and the gran and dad spend the money on alcohols.

I don’t know why Timothy Winters mum left him alone with his gran and dad. I feel so sorry for Timothy Winters because his gran is always buying gin and aspirin and also Timothy Winters dad that is buying gin and aspirin and drinking it with Timothy Winters gran sitting in the grate.

it makes me sad for Timothy Winters that the welfare worker does not help Timothy so I think that the gran and the dad don’t tell Timothy that the welfare came and asked for Timothy or maybe that the welfare that comes to Timothy’s house does not care about Timothy Winters.

Timothy prays to god at morning prayers and says that may god may help him and give him some food to eat and drink and that not to make him want to be poor and I think that god should help this poor child to not to be poor and give him something to eat may god bless him.

The fact that Timothy is not able to concentrate at school because is always thinking about him being poor and what would he do when he goes home and it...
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