S: The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg
FC: The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg By. Rodman Philbrick project By. Henry Spires
1: This is the old crooked house that Squint Figg lives in while Homer and Harold live in the barn with the pigs. It is also the setting were Harold (Homers brother) was un lawfully sold into the army.
2: This is Mr. Brewsters house. He is the man that took Homer in as his child and saved Homer from the evil twins, Smelt and Stink.
3: This is the ferry that Homer rode on to get to New York. He was also stuffed in a pig hamper by the captian.
4: In this picture Mr.professor Fleabottom is selling his elixer made of plain old whiskey. Professor Fleabottom also brought Homer to the Army draft to look for his brother.
5: This is were Homer escaped from the conflict which was when Mr. professor Fleabottom was found guilty of treason. Homer then ran to the balloon and flew away.
6: In this picture, Homer falls from his flying balloon into the line of fire. Homer then rode his pony in the middle of the battlefield to get to the Union army's side where he thought his brother Harold might of been.
7: This is were Homer meets the cannonier that brings him to safety.
8: This is my ending picture were Harold and Homer are fighting their way down the hill because of the loss of ammunition. After the general gets shot down, Harold picks up the union flag and waves it into battle. When he gets shot in the leg, Homer then grabs the flag to make the rebel army retreat from the fear of the brave soldiers.
9: If I were a character in this book I would have changed the story a lot. My role would be to help Homer on his journey. My relationship with Homer would be very strong because Homer and I are a lot alike. I would change the ending of the book by probably living with Homer and Harold. I think that Homer changed throughout the story by the challenges he took and the courage that it took to become such a good character.Homer changed emotionally and became more mature. He knew that it was his duty to take care of his brother this time after all. He also matured by moving on and not complaining about it. He also knew that there was no giving up and that if he quit his brother would die and he would be all alone. Emotionally he became a man.