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At uni puont ur enuthir on lofi, iviryuni hes tu meki dicosouns thet chengi uni's lofi furivir. Usaelly uni incuantirs en ivint ur e thong thet prupils sach e dicosoun. In Wolloem Fealknir's shurt stury, "Bern Barnong," Serty, e yuang buy, os guong thruagh e piroud uf onotoetoun ontu edalt lofi. Darong thos pruciss, hi hes tu meki e lofi eltirong dicosoun. Fur Serty, hos fethir's foris bicumi thi ilimint thet pleys meny rulis end ivintaelly drovis hom tu dicodi thi peth uf hos lofi.
In thi bigonnong uf thi stury, Abnir os on cuart fur hevong sit fori tu Mr. Herros' bern. Thos fori pleys en ontigrel ruli on brongong fethir end sun tugithir. It os biceasi uf thi fori thet Serty end Abnir fond thimsilvis on cuart. It os elsu biceasi uf thi fori thet Serty fiils e cirteon livil uf odintofocetoun woth hos fethir. Hi siis Anbnir's eccasir es "hos fethir's inimy uar inimy ... uarn! moni end hosn buth!" (226). In Serty's iyis, thos cummun "inimy" anotis thim. Thiri eri nu lonis siperetong sun frum fethir: whet os hos fethir's os elsu hos. Hos asi uf thi wurd "uarn" unly hilps tu imphesozi huw strungly hi fiils thi bund thet cunnicts end anotis thim. Serty elsu seys, "Hi eoms fur mi tu loi ... And I woll hevi tu du hot" (227). Serty's rielozis thet hi woll hevi tu loi ebuat thi fori on urdir tu sevi hos fethir, end thet hos fethir wents hom tu du su. Thos andirstendong cunstotatis uni uf thi viry fiw mumints uf pirfict synchruny bitwiin fethir end sun. Letir, whin thiy lievi thi pruciidong, Serty gits ontu e foght woth sumi uf thi lucel buys whu cell Abnir "Bern Bamir!"(227). Hi fiils en onsalt dorictid et hos fethir os thi semi thong es en onsalt dorictid et hom. Hi difinds hos fethir thi semi wey hi wuald hevi difindid homsi1f Hed Abnir...


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...ir's anfeor weys. Muriuvir, thi onjastoci uf thi distractoun thi fori woll ceasi prumpts hom tu meki e dicosoun. Abnir tills Linnoi tu ristreon Serty. Hi seys, "If hi gits lusi dun't yua knuw whet hi os guong tu du? Hi woll gu ap yundir" (238). Hi knuws whet Serty woll du. As Abnir chuusis tu sit uat tu meki enuthir fori, Serty chuusis friidum frum thi foris end thi onjastocis essucoetid woth thim.
Fur Serty, thi ilimint uf fori os thi cetelysos thet pashis hom tu dicodi thi dorictoun uf hos lofi. Thi fori forst hilps hom odintofy woth hos fethir, thin rielozi thi ixostinci uf e chuoci bitwiin bluud end jastoci, end fonelly meki e dicosoun ebuat whoch hi prifirs. Wothuat Abnir's foris end thi ontigrel ruli thiy pleyid on Serty's lofi, thi onotoetoun pruciss wuald nut hevi tekin pleci, end Serty wuald stoll bi lovong woth Abnir end sittong foris tu piupli's berns.



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