Ending of The Breadwinner Essay

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The women went inside the boy’s room, and saw him laid on the bed, crying and sobbing. When the boy realized she had just come in, he took out a huge brown packet from under his bed and showed it to his mother. “In it, is money, lots of money, and I am going to run away and make a fortune more.” Suddenly, he stood up, wiped of his tears, and rushed downstairs with it. His mother followed him. He took almost all of the bread that the family had, and rushed to the door. As he was going out the door, his mother laid her hand on him. “I will let you go, only because your father is no use to me. You are the only hope.”…show more content…
The women went inside the boy’s room, and saw him laid on the bed, crying and sobbing. When the boy realized she had just come in, he took out a huge brown packet from under his bed and showed it to his mother. “In it, is money, lots of money, and I am going to run away and make a fortune more.” Suddenly, he stood up, wiped of his tears, and rushed downstairs with it. His mother followed him. He took almost all of the bread that the family had, and rushed to the door. As he was going out the door, his mother laid her hand on him. “I will let you go, only because your father is no use to me. You are the only hope.” “Bye mother,” the boy silently said and quickly turned away. A few minutes later, the women, not knowing what the boy was going to do in the outside world, heard a knock on the door. The father had come back, and this time even grumpier than ever, since he was drunk. As soon as he came in, he asked, “Where is the boy?!” “The lad is probably in his room?” “Women, go get him!”

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