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Subject: English
Date: June 30, 2002
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Paul uses this phrase when he is referring to the club or alliance that Basset and Uncle Oscar have formed with him in regards to his rocking-horse secret. Paul is a loner whose life is much different than the average child. Psychological drama throughout Paul's life made him unique in comparison to other children...
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Psychological drama throughout Paul's life made him unique in comparison to other children. The fact that Paul formed a club with Basset and Uncle Oscar shows that he is in need of group of friends that he is missing in his life. The "Honour Bright" slogan shows secrecy, trust and loyalty much like group's children form
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