Doug's Feathers

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At the beginning of the book, Doug feels alone and afraid. He and his father do not get along and that leaves an imprint on the rest of the family. Even though Doug always says he has a hard life, most of the time he find the silver lining to his situation. This time, the page was turned to a dying bird. And I mean, really dying. Most of the picture was this one wing, held straight up. All its feather were spread out, and you could see how Audubon got their pattern down - three rows of long, overlapping dark feathers, tipped white at the ends. You could feel how the wind would cruise over them. It was beautiful, and it’s just what you looked at first. And then you looked down at the second wing, which was crushed. And then you looked at the

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