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Wood Butcher from Norman Hindley, Behind Grandma's House by Gary Soto, and Manners by Elizabeth Bishop With this paper I will be talking three poems. They ' re Wood Butcher from Norman Hindley, Behind Grandma's House by Gary Soto, and Manners by Elizabeth Bishop. I will be analyzing the common theme I discovered during the three poems. I found that to be how the relatives teach lessons to their connection of a younger generation and the different approaches to their teaching. To start off I will discuss the Wood Butcher from Norman Hindley. I think the method by which in which the daddy educated the kid was some things such as an apprenticeship. The line "I had been your helper, and that first year We worked tirelessly through the majority of winter" gave me the impression that it was an opinion and find out expertise instead of explaining it. Observe the way the father approached the errors made by his own son. "I fouled up some displays once, В...You broke them out with a chair" I feel revealed the negative impression that I have when I read this poem. This makes me feel that it had been an apprenticeship. To me parents even when they get mad at something that you do, then don't go about things inside that matter. The son was hoping to find out something from his father and instead of explaining and demonstrating the child the way to do it properly or the errors he made the father destroys the job. .