. pushes himself. . . (156) but keeps falling down . .
. like an old worn – out doll (156) yet finally succeeds. Doodle is determined by his enlightenment to become a part of the family. Next, Hurst compares Doodle to a half – empty flour sack. Doodle tried to stand up for the first time, He collapsed. .
. (157) . . . like a half – empty flour sack (157) from lack of strength.
Doodle is determined to walk because of the enlightenment of brother who is embarrassed to have a five – year old brother who cant walk. Finally, Hurst compares success to a pot of gold. After the winter, Brother uses the summer to teach Doodle everything and thought Doodles . .
. Success. . . (159) is like a .
. . pot of gold at the end of summer. . . (159).
Doodles determination to learn how to swim and row, he is enlightened by his goal to learn by the end of summer. .