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I'm going to teach you to walk
Doodle is born. No one has any hope that he will live except for Aunt Nicey. They even built him a casket. When he was born he kept him in his room for about 2 years.
As Doodle got older the narrator hauls him around everywhere in a wagon. He is worried about his image and reputation when he realizes Noodle will have to go to school and be seen by others so he decides to teach him to walk.
Don't leave me brother!
Doodle shows the family that he can walk and the Narrator cries because he knows the only reason he forced Doodle to walk is because of his pride. Later the Scarlet Ibis falls out of the tree dead. This symbolized Doodle and foreshadows to the end of the story
The Narrator makes a plan to make Doodle as normal as possible before school starts. He tries to teach him to swim, run, jump and other things that healthy little boys will do. Near the end he sees that Doodle will not be able to reach his goal and gets frustrated with his brother
One day the two brother are coming home and a storm blows up. They run and Doodle falls. He calls for his brother to help him and not leave him behind but the Narrator is so frustrated with his brother that he leaves him behind in the storm.
Later the Narrator goes to find Doodle. He finds him under a bush in a pool of blood, dead from his heart bursting. His body could not take the pressure his brother was putting on him
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