A Humble Man
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|A humble man
A Humble Man
The “Ex-Basketball Player” claims that there was this great basketball player
named Flick Webb. Flick has an outstanding knack for basketball and for one reason or
another he decided not to peruse it as a career. The narrator thinks that this is very
strange since he could of gotten out of the town he lived in. Now Flick just helps out at
Berth’s Garage and he does not seem to want anymore out of life then he already has.
Flick seems not to be a very selfish man. He pumps gas and sometimes for fun he will
dribble an innertube. This is telling us he still has a lot of passion for the game, and that he
still wants this to be a part of his life.
In the second stanza the narrator gives the pumps human characteristics. This is a
big change from Flicks high school years when he hung out with other athletes, had fans in
the stands, and “bucketed three hundred ninety points.” In the fourth stanza we see that at
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