Analysis Of Ordeal By Cheque

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Ordeal by Cheque
The weather gradually rebirths once again to a colder period.To get ready for his own glorious emergence, Lawrence Exter’s receipt fills up with expensive baby clothes from a nearby Goosie Yander Baby Shoppe at precisely the 30th of August in the year 1903. A couple of days pass by, and twas time to extract the newborn from Mrs. Exter’s womb. The night sky was filled with negative and positive charges clashing amongst themselves in an attempt to balance the electric charges. Precipitation of water was at a minimal level, but its primary purpose was only to deliver adulation to the storm. The hospital, normally kept cold to reduce the rate at which bacteria multiply, was unusually warm with joy as the baby was delivered by
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It seemed like this would be the last time that the family would ever be truly happy. As tme flies, the now six year old boy has grown out of Toyland. It’s time for him to go to an amusement area in which we all young boys and girls love: private school. The family obviously wants their kid to be mature adult someday as evidenced in the 1,250.00 dollars they put forth for his education. His father high hopes for his son seem to resemble a worshiper to a savior. After a rigorous year of Kindergarten, the boy is rewarded a new bike by his loving father. Not only was it a reward, but it was a token of encouragement. Similarly to that procedure, the boy is granted a Cadillac, an improved form of transportation from his bicycle, when he completes six years of Columbia Military Academy. A week after he receives his car, the Ester’s boy crashes it. Once again the father is forced to pay 288.76 dollars out of his own pocket to repair the damages done to the expensive motorized …show more content…
makes a semi large purchase of flowers and sends them back to his wife for the occasion of Valentine’s day. His main purpose was to show that he had not forgotten about his wife. During the year his son graduates from Stanford, he sends an enormous amount of flowers to his son to congratulate him. Feeling that was not enough, he predates a check for November 18 and prepares the sum of 678.45 to the Beverly Diamond Gift Shop, while requesting it to be ship back to America. His wife is shocked by how large of a ring he had bought for her. Not only that, but Mrs. Ester and her son will go on a cruise to Hawaii that Sr. had planned for them. He includes in a note that the reason he is giving them all this is, because he will not make it home by the holidays, as he must resume his duties as an ambassador. As Christmas gets even nearer, Ester Sr. buys his family more flowers at the University Club

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