Joseph Strorm
By Yangchen: This picture represents  a plot from page 27 paragraph 7 when Joseph Strorm angrily says to David Strorm to go to his room and pray for forgiveness and he also mention that he’ll come to him later.
By Yangchen: This picture represents a plot from page 27 paragraph 7 when Joseph Strorm angrily says to David Strorm to go to his room and pray for forgiveness and he also mention that he’ll come to him later.





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This picture is allegory of satire on Joseph Strorm. He is going to punish his son for saying about needing an extra hand to apply a bandage. He doesn't care that David really didn't mean that he wanted the third hand (chapter 3). I have drawn satyres as a symbol of satire. The word "satire" came from the Latin name of mythological creatures. They are joyous and sarcastic half-gods, half-animals. By Diana Chaldayeva.

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These pictures are representing that when Joseph strorm heard about Sophie, and he got angry with David. End of chapter 5 By: Sinthujan