Gilbert story- Jane Hoover and Gracelyn Hurst
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Gilbert was a smart and mostly lonely boy except for when his father was home. He was usually angry or depressed especially when his father would go out to sea.
The things that motivates Gilbert's actions is his dad always leaving him and going off to sea. This explains why he does the things he does.
The things that happens to Gilbert is his dad gets lost at sea. The other one is when his father always leavs off to sea.
In the beginning of the story Gilbert and his brother and sister's were playing a game in the garden.
In the end of the story Gilbert and his brother and sister were looking at the millions of themselves in different time frames.
In the beginning he was more sure of himself and determined. By the end of the story he turned sad and depressed as more days went on while his father was away.
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