Pond : Lake Hill : Mountain Another Analogy— Fruit : Orchard Flower: ______. That’s it!. Fruit : Orchard Flower: Garden. Analogy RL8.4.
While reflecting on the busboy’s mishap of dropping the tray, Charly remembers that the boy “broke into an uncertain grin at the joke which he obviously did not understand” (Keyes 207)
He goes on to say, “Even a feeble-minded man wants to be like other men” (Keyes 208).
And then Keyes uses an analogy to help the reader understand:
What does the child want?
Food, of course.
This is a little bit tougher:
What does the intellectually disadvantaged man want?