Greene, Shep:The boy, who drank too much

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Sandra Zeinlinger The boy, who drank too much by Shep Greene First essential scene: Once in a hocky-game Buff loses his teeth, because the puck hits him right at his front teeth. Buff and his friend (I don´t know the name of his friend, because he is the narrator) go to the hospital, where Buff gets twelve stiches in his mouth. Later Buff and his friend go home to Buff. There Buff tells his friend about his father. His father is an alcoholic, and since he has killed his wife in a car accident because of his alcoholism, he drinks permanently, and he beats Buff up with his fists, and that´s the way Buff has to stay.His father wants him to play hocky, because the father himself was a famous hockey-player in former times and he wants his son achieve that. But Buff wants to quit with this kind of sport and out of that there starts a quarrel with his father. Mr. Saunders, that´s the name of his father, grabs Buff by the back of the neck and he pins him against the wall. Mr. Saunders is also drunk at this time. Second essential scene: One day at school Julie, the girlfriend of Buff´s friend, finds Buff drunk. Immediatly she goes to his boyfriend and tells him, she finds Buff. They race to Buff and help him. Buff is slumped on a bench, eyes closed. Julie calls a friend; her name is Ruth, to help them. In the meantime, while Julie and Buff´s friend wait for Ruth, Buff is in a very bad condition. He groans and he is unconscious for a while. About fifteen minutes later Ruth came with ...

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