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He is not going to die. He was born in a caul.
This is the scene where the father ask the the carpenter, Mr. Heath to make a coffin for Doodle when everyone thought he was going to die. Mr. Heath only shows up once in the story and doesn't appear to be anything else the a carpenter. We see nothing else in the story.
This is the night when Doodle was born and everyone thought he was going to die, except Aunt Nicey. She believed that Doodle wasn't going to die, because he was born in a caul and cauls made Jesus' nightgown. This scene shows she is a flat character. Throughout the story we don't see any other side to Aunt Nicey, than having a strong sense of religion. We only see little changes at least once or twice.
This is the scene where the narrator found Doodle near a certain type of bush, and unfortunately dead. This was when the narrator went through a great change of losing his brother. He felt guilty for being mostly responsible for doing this to Doodle, and was upset for losing his brother. This caused a new maturity and stage of feelings that caused an explosion in him, changed him.
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