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t posts on 4/20/2011 3:20:33 PM The conflict is that Eric and Lori both look for the same thing in a relationship, "Tenderness" but they are both destructive in their own ways.
gabriella posts on 12/13/2008 11:53:06 PM so i have an in class essay monday and i got the question for the essay yesterday. im so busy that i cant read the book and even if i finish i dont have time to think of the conflicts of the story. i need to know the conflicts of the story tenderness and how it aids in the development of the protagonist. also how it changes the main character. please
Anonymous posts on 12/13/2008 7:03:56 PM i would just like to know. . . . -what is the symbol of this novel? - how often does this symbol appear in the book? -how does it add to the meaning/theme of the novel?



sjbknjkm posts on 9/3/2008 4:38:38 PM i have to do a report on this book wht is the plot outline for the 6 main events
Anonymous posts on 4/7/2008 5:56:28 AM can someone give me a character description for the whole story plz
SuperSpanish posts on 1/16/2007 1:04:34 PM 2 half hours what a lier... why you lie on internet? Because they cant kick your bottom? Go lie to where ever they stand you... I am the Cheese is the best go Robertt!
anonymous posts on 11/14/2006 9:18:55 PM At the end of After the first death, the son is not talking to the father. Ben dies from everything that happens and that is the Father narrating through Ben. The father is in a mental institution because of Ben dying. He is living with the guilt and blaming himself that ben is dead and he is "haunted" now by his son and the events that surrounded his death. He goes crazy at the end where "ben" wont leave. but its really him in his own mind. Sort of a schkitzofrenic.
posts on 9/11/2006 12:34:34 AM ok he is my favorite authorand i have read almost all of his books. i neeeeeeed to talk with someone about it pleassse post back and we can talk about everything and anythign in his books. FIrst though could someone explain the end of after the first death, when Ben and his dad are talking when he is dead and Ben tells his dad its time to go??? PLEASE POST BACK!
posts on 6/6/2006 3:59:03 PM i have to read 2 summer reading books and The Rag And Bone Shop was on it...should i read it, or would i just be wasting my time?
posts on 5/1/2006 4:18:15 PM This author wrote such good books in his lifetime. I love his 'chocolate' books.
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