"Dreams Of Heros" (Setting (Odessa, Oklahoma. (), Houston, Texas…
"Dreams Of Heros"
Topics/Central Ideas- Ricardo Maciel
The father was a nice man that cared about his son.
He knew that Billy could fix that in a second. (Page 85)
You can tell that the father was a good father because his so was sad when his father died.
In the second chapter, Charlie played football and fought a lot in high school. His son Don does the same thing.
Like his father, Don was a fighter who did not think that there was irrational about mixing it up...(Page 91)
They both do the same thing because he hangs out with his dad like a brother. You know what they say, like father, like son
The coach was more flexible with the black males rather than the white.
In practice, the niggers, they get to do what ever they want to do, and they still start Friday night.(Page 96)
Billingsley is thinking that black males get the advantage even though they do not practice. He thinks that he should get the ball or the players that practice and shows skills should be in the game.
Events- Caleb Chadwell
Billingsley breaks his jaw in a fight
Billingsley has a son named Don
Billingsley brings in Comor for the last 2 innings Pg. 95