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Anything, (the Russian said) not to be alone.
Keep me company, please.
"imagine what people were dreaming of in the development towns among the border, arab villages, immigrant absorbtion centers"
I'll just mop up the blood. A good sponge and it'll be like it never was
Sergei is a round, dynamic, protagonist. Sergei is a wise, but lonely character who is incredibly selfless, only using his wishes for others benefit.
I've been saving it. Saving it for something.
The theme is that the most important thing in life is a friend. This is because in the story, Sergei was so scared of loosing his friend that he killed a boy just so he didn't have to be alone.
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Sergei Goralick doesn’t much like strangers banging on his door. Especially when those strangers are askinghim questions.
The climax of the story is when Sergei has the choice to use his last wish to bring the boy back to life, or if he wants to save it.
I can restore him, I can bring him back to life.
In the story, Sergei is faced with a man vs. self conflict. He is forced to make two decisions: let Yoni die and use his wish on what he wants or use his last wish to save Yoni.
If, on this, you won't waste a wish , then tell me, Sergei, what is it good for?
The Point of View in the story is 3rd Person Limited Omniscient. The focus on the thoughts and emotions mainly focus on one character at a time, switching between Sergei and Yoni.