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  • Doodle is born with limitations
  • Doodle is pushed to overcome his limits
  • Go! Go! Faster! Keep Walking!
  • The brother leaves Doodle in a storm
  • Brother don't leave me!
  • The exposition occurs when Doodle, originally named William Armstrong. He gets the name Doodle from his brother because Doodle reminded him as a Doodlebug. Doodle is born with limitations. He is not able to walk, is deformed, and has reddish skin. Overall, Doodle seems like he is going to die.
  • The brother goes back to find Doodle
  • Doodle! Where are you Doodle!
  • Doodle ends up surviving the estimated time of death. The brother is ashamed of having a brother different than than rest of kids. So the brother decides to try to teach Doodle capabilities that most kids could. He pushed Doodle to his limits, which was dangerous to Doodle because he was supposed to be treated lightly.
  • The brother finds Doodle dead
  • Doodle! Why did I leave you!
  • On one day of teaching, a storm occurs. They rush home, but on the way home, Doodle stumbles and falls to the ground. The brother remembers all the times Doodle let him down, and leaves him behind.
  • The brother covers Doodle from the rain
  • After the storm dies down, the brother searches for Doodle. He thought Doodle would have been able to take care of himself on his own.
  • The brother finds Doodle dead in the rain. He was pushed to far to his limitations, and with the dangerous climate, he died.
  • The brother mourns for Doodle's death because he caused it. He thought Doodle could conquer his limitations. He has hope but he lost it. He puts the body underneath a nightshade plant, covering him from the rain.
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