1. Opinion: Why do you think Frank has confessed at this time? What is his motive? Has he underestimated his brother, or has he estimated correctly?
When Wes went to the basement to talk with Frank, Gail and David were in the kitchen. While Wes was in the basement, Frank admitted his crime which he killed Marie. Frank told Wes that he killed Marie because Frank suffered in the dark basement, and Frank wanted Wes to help him. Therefore, suffering in the basement and wanting to escape from that place were Frank 's motive to told Wes about what he did. Also, Frank might hope that Wes would not judge him because of his crime, so Frank was motivated to tell his brother about killing Marie. However, Wes was angry because Frank was a murder, and he would put Frank in the jail. Wes was not proud of his brother because Frank made mistakes, so Wes underestimated his brother. Furthermore, Wes underestimated his brother when he put Frank in the basement because Frank molested Indian girls. Wes chose the basement to put his brother in it to show Frank that he deserved being isolated because of Frank 's crimes.
2. Who were the Highdog Brothers? Why were they chasing Wes and Cordell? What
did Frank do to them? Why did Wes tell this story to David?
When Wes told David about his story, he talked about the Highdog brothers.
The highdog brothers were Indians, and they always had troubles with law, and with kids. The oldest brother was 14, and the youngest brother was 8 or 10. When Wes and Cordell carried many golf balls, the highdog brothers wanted to take their golf balls to sell them. Wes and Cordell were afraid that the highdog would take their golf balls , so they ran to Frank and his friends. While Wes and Cordell were ...
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...innocence or guilt. Indians women would be comfortable visiting a doctor without being a afraid of a doctor molesting them. Frank 's grandfather would no longer protect Frank from anyone could judge him. Therefore, when Frank killed himself, all his family 's problems solved.
6. What did David feel towards Uncle Frank when it was over? Why do you think he felt that way?
When Frank died, David was satisfied because David thought his uncle deserved to be killed like any murder. David was gratitude and thankful for his uncle after Frank died because as David was a child he wanted to kill Frank. Frank killed David 's loved one Marie, and Frank molested her. Furthermore, Frank molested Indians girls, so David felt jealous about these girls, and he wanted to kill Frank. When Frank died, David was happy for the right that Frank must be killed because of his crime.
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