Critical Analaysis on boyhood friendships
In the two passages there were many examples of boyhood friendships. In the first passage the author, Frank Conroy, describes a boy that he once knew during his years of growing up. In the second passage the author William Maxwell also describes a boy he once knew while growing up and both authors vividly describes the kind of fun and excitement they endured when they were living in a time when you had to make your own fun.
In passage one Frank Conroy gives many excellent details about his the nature of boyhood friendships. The setting takes place in a wooded area. Where the boys go swimmi…
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