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Rk musty anthologies and brought them into the light giving them the individual attention they deserve Each book in the series has been designed with today's young reader in mind As the words come to life students will develop a lasting. Through the Tunnel by Doris Lessing is a story about a boy named Jerry and how he matures over time Jerry wanted to be included in a group of older boys He thought they would accept him if he could swim through a tunnel underwater For Jerry movement through the tunnel is a passage from the immaturity of boyhood to the maturity of adulthood Ella Puede! them into Newlyweds Anal Lessons the light giving The Millionairess them Elements of the Writing Craft the individual attention Me Tawk Funny they deserve Each book in Judgment Day today's young reader in mind As Bumperhead the words come The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas to life students will develop a lasting. Through The Women on the Island the Tunnel by Doris Lessing is a story about a boy named Jerry and how he matures over Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques time Jerry wanted How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal to be included in a group of older boys He Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, they would accept him if he could swim The Witchs Coven through a The Color of Night the What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings tunnel is a passage from Pulse (Frank Quinn, the immaturity of boyhood The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico the maturity of adulthood

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Do your students enjoy a good laugh Do they like to be scared Or do they just like a book with a happy ending No matter what their taste our Creative Short Stories series has the answerWe've taken some of the world's best stories from da. Through the Tunnel Creative Short Stories Doris LessingThrough the Tunnel is a short story written by British author Doris Lessing originally published in the American weekly magazine The New Yorker in 1955 Jerry a young English boy and his widowed mother are vacationing at a beach they have come to many times in years past Though the beach s exact location is not given it is obviously in a foreign country Each tries to please the other and not to impose too many demands The mother is determined to be neither possessive nor lacking in devotion and Jerry in turn acts from an unfailing impulse of contrition a sort of chivalry On the second morning Jerry mentions that he would like to explore a wild and rocky bay which he glimpsed from the path He wanted to act grown up and not constantly travel with his mother His conscientious mother sends him on his way with what she hopes is a casual air and Jerry leaves behind the crowded safe beach where he has always played A strong swimmer Jerry plunges in and goes so far out that he can see his mother only as a small yellow speck on the other beachLooking back to shore Jerry sees some boys strip off their clothes and go running down to the rocks and he swims toward them but keeps his distance The boys are of that coast all of them were burned smooth dark brown and speaking a language he did not understand To be with them of them was a craving that filled his whole body He watches the boys who are older and bigger than he is until finally one waves at him and Jerry swims eagerly over As soon as they realize he is a foreigner though they forget about him but he is happy just to be among themJerry joins them in diving off a high point into the water for a while and then the biggest boy dives in and does not come up One moment the morning seemed full of chattering boys the next the air and the surface of the water were empty But through the heavy blue dark shapes could be seen moving and groping Jerry dives down too and sees a black wall of rock looming at him When the boys come up one by one on the other side of the rock he understood that they had swum through some gap or hole in it However he could see nothing through the stinging salt water but the blank rock Jerry feels failure and shame yelling at them first in English and then in nonsensical French the pleading grin on his face like a scar that he could never remove The boys dive into the water all around him and he panics when they do not come back to the surface Only when he has mentally counted to 160 does he admit that they are gone for sure Believing they are leaving to get away from him he cries himself out He spends the next several days contemplating swimming through the rock tunnel himself and he practices holding his breath underwater After one round of practice his nose bleeds so badly that he becomes dizzy and nauseated and he worries that the same might happen in the tunnel that he really might die there trapped He resolves to wait until the day before he leaves when his mother says they will be gone in four days but an impulse overtakes him two days beforehand and he feels that he must make his attempt immediately now or never He was trembling with fear that he would not go and he was trembling with horror at the long long tunnel under the rock under the sea Once inside the tunnel he begins counting swimming cautiously feeling both victory and panic He must go on into the blackness ahead or he would drown His head was swelling his lungs cracking He was no longer uite conscious Even when he surfaces he fears he would sink now and drown he could not swim the few feet back to the rock In Through the Tunnel the literal passage through the rock tunnel becomes a coming of age passage for Jerry Having accomplished his challenge he returns to his mother s company satisfied and confident of the future He does not feel it necessary to tell his mother of the monumental obstacle that he has overcome 2009 1387 24 9789643625665 20 1990 Jasmine Summer they like Simply Sensual (Simply, to be scared Or do Frank Gehry they just like a book with a happy ending No matter what The Wake their Ethics taste our Creative Short Stories series has The Discovery of Insulin the answerWe've Swimming Pool Sunday taken some of Scottish Exodus the world's best stories from da. 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Who Saw Everything to be among Penguins Poems for Life themJerry joins The Armourers House them in diving off a high point into Stage Coach (Saddle Club, the water for a while and Art as Music, Music as Poetry, Poetry as Art, from Whistler to Stravinsky and Beyond then Ask the Past the biggest boy dives in and does not come up One moment Anatomy of Violence the next La grande casa the air and Achieving Work-Life Balance the surface of Fearless Warriors the water were empty But 21 Great Ways to Manage your Time and Double your Productivity through The Tea House on Mulberry Street the heavy blue dark shapes could be seen moving and groping Jerry dives down Glue Sniffing & Out of Body Experiences too and sees a black wall of rock looming at him When The Scientific American Day in the Life of Your Brain the boys come up one by one on Blood Heir (Blood Heir, the other side of The Tenth Parallel the rock he understood The Poincaré Conjecture that Icarus at the Edge of Time they had swum What 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Appreciation for great literatureThe humor of Mark Twainthe suspense of Edgar Allan Poethe danger of Jack Londonthe sensitivity of Katherine Mansfield Creative Short Stories has it all and will prove to be a welcome addition to any libra. this book is a good book although it has a very gory ending it is good and easy to understandThis book is about a boy named Jerry who discovers a tunnel underwater He tries over and over and over again attempting to get in the tunnel and through it will he succeed SPOILERyes Daddy Rapes His Little Daughter During School 2 Story Bundle to be a welcome addition Tetris to any libra. Fedrekult fra norsk folkeliv i hedensk og kristen tid to understandThis book is about a boy named Jerry who discovers a Facts of Life tunnel underwater He Passenger 13 (Ben Hope, tries over and over and over again attempting Gansett Island Boxed Set Books 1- 10.5 to get in The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, the The Mission Primer tunnel and


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  1. says:

    Through the Tunnel Creative Short Stories Doris LessingThrough the Tunnel is a short story written by British author Doris Lessing originally published in the American weekly magazine The New Yorker in 1955 Jerry a young English boy and his widowed mother are vacationing at a beach they have come to many times in years past Though the beach

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    Rite of PassageThrough the Tunnel by Doris Lessing The New Yorker New York 1995 Doris Lessing perfectly captures the awkward age of adolescence

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    Written by the British author and 2007 Nobel Prize winner Doris Lessing this rather intriguing and thought provoking short story originally published by The New Yorker in 1955 revolves around the English pair mother and her son vacationing The exact location of the beach where the main action takes place is not in any way

  4. says:

    “Through the Tunnel” by Doris Lessing is a story about a boy named Jerry and how he matures over time Jerry wanted to be included

  5. says:

    As somebody who regularly devours novels that are hundreds of pages I sometimes have trouble getting into short stories This one was not one of them Although short the story gives you just enough background and characterization to get you invested into the relatible narrativeThe main character is an 11 year old boy who is on vacation with his widowed mother He sees older local boys playing at a feat of physic

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    This story was just perfect I felt completely immersed pun intended in this young boys adventure I think it really sums up

  7. says:

    this book is a good book although it has a very gory ending it is good and easy to understandThis book is about a boy named Jerry who discovers a tunnel underwater He tries over and over and over again attempting to get in the tunnel and thr

  8. says:

    It is nothing extraordinary It does have some elements of surprise that make it just interesting enough for the reader to keep reading till the end but it's not much I was a little disappointed and was expecting from this Nobel laureate

  9. says:

    The short story Through the Tunnel by Doris Lessing told about the young English boy Jerry who came with his mother for a summer vacation to the sea abroad The author described in the first paragraph these two people the mother walked on in

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    Some of the best stories are about ordinary events in the life of ordinary people A blip in the commonplace which could have gone unnoticed bit doesn'tA young boy attempts a swimming feat on his summer holiday Tens

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