A Shocking Accident By Graham Greene Ma'Ryah Wilson English 12 May 3rd, 2018
jerome was a little poor boy who misses his dad. Ha admired his dad and he was a member secret service . Jerome dad actually travels the world and write about the places he travels.
Jerome was called into his housemaster's room in the break between the second and the third class on a Tuesday morning. He had no fear of trouble, for he was a warden ., Mr Wordsworth, sat behind his desk with an appearance of perplexity and apprehension. Jerome had the odd impression when he entered that he was a cause of fear.
The theme of the story is sad and my reaction to the story is confused its sad but funny how a pig killed a man you never think of something like that
'Sit down, Jerome,' Mr Wordsworth said. 'All going well with the trigonometry?' 'Yes, sir.' 'I've had a telephone call, Jerome. From your aunt. I'm afraid I have bad news for you.' 'Yes, sir?' 'Your father has had an accident.' 'Oh.' Mr Wordsworth looked at him with some surprise. 'A serious accident.' 'Yes, sir?' Jerome worshipped his father
Jerome had studied the statistics and taken the average, he became engaged to be married: to a pleasant fresh-faced girl of twenty-five whose father was a doctor in Pinner. Her name was Sally, her favourite author was still Hugh Walpole, and she had adored babies ever since she had been given a doll at the age of five which moved its eyes and made water. Their relationship was contented rather than exciting, as became the love-affair of a chartered accountant; it would never have done if it had interfered with the figures.