Bud, Not Buddy

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Bud, Not Buddy

Main Conflict Bud was trying to find his Father because he moter died, is only one alive out of his family but he still have Bug but they were seperated to each other.

Bud, Not Buddy(By: Christopher P. Curtis)Darius Bajet #4 Period 2

Bud's

Setting

ResolutionThe Resolution in Bud, Not Buddy is that Bud and bugs meet and they get on a train and go to a place where they get to eat then the next day they are going to go jump on another train to get to Chicago to see Ms. Hill and Bud finds out that Herman Calloway is really his grandfather. Herman didn't know of Bud. Bud stays with Herman to live.

Bud's Personalty- Adventures - Never give up- Loving - Nice- Smart - Brave

Amoses

symbolism"When a door close, another door will open."In the Flint Hooverville, the campfire is more than just a place for folks to gather and listen to music or chit-chat. The campfire is a real melting pot of diversity. As Bud notes about the people there, "They were all the colors you could think of, black, white and brown, but the fire made everyone look like they were different shades of orange. There were dark orange folks sitting next to medium orange folks sitting next to light orange folks" After Bud's mother dies, he has a tough time sleeping. Like Bugs says, "… everybody knows how you like to sleep with that knife open so I figured it's best to grab holt of you so's you wouldn't wake up slicing nobody"

Amoses- Mean- Torture Bud- Racist- Selfish - Put Bud on a shed as a punishment - The son blame him always

Theme Statement:When God Closes One Door, He Opens Another1) Bud being sent to the Amos home where his abusive is a catalyst to send him on the road toward his father2) Bugs finding him at the library which leads them to Hooverville3) Bud being unable to catch a ride on the train because he slows down to catch the flyer out of the air, and so deciding to walk toward Grand Rapids

In the book Bud, Not Buddy, the setting takes place in the 1936. In the 1930’s The Great Depression took place here in North America and Europe. The Great Depression was an economic slump; it also was the longest and most severe depressionever experienced by the industrialized Western world.America's future appeared to shine brightly for most Americans when Herbert Hoover was inaugurated president in 1929. The Hoover term was just months old when the nation sustained the most ruinous business collapse in its history.The optimism so prevalent during the Renaissance years of the 1920's disappeared as the black unemployment rate soared. The Great Depressions was a hard life for people back then. Clearly, the Great Depression was a really bad economic slump.


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