"The Scarlet Ibis" by James Hurst took place in North Carolina in the 1900's.
Dont leave me!!!!
The narrators little brother, Doodle, is born with disabilities and health conditions. The narrator is unable to accept that about doodle.
The narrator convinces himself to teach Doodle how to walk. Once Doodle walks, he believes it is possible to teach Doodle other things. One day, the family goes out to find a Scarlet Ibis that eventually dies. Doodle had a connection with the bird.
Doodle shows that he is to weak to keep training, so the narrator gets worried and upset. They decided to go home. The narrator runs, but Doodle cant keep up.
The narrator turns back to get his brother but ends up finding him dead under a bush, in similar position as the Ibis.
The narrator says how it was is fault that killed Doodle.