This is about boyhood relationships.
In the two passages there was one controlling idea and that is boyhood friendships. Passage 1 is by Frank Conroy and the second passage is by William Maxwell. Both of these passages show that friendships can last.
Both passages show that boyhood is friendship and the boys in the passage show it by helping each other build the tree fort. In both passages there is a similarity; in passage 1 it says "occasionally we'd glance back to Chula Vista when a car started, or a man on a roof flashed his hammer, and in passage 2 the boy stated that he would come to the house after school and watch…
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