"You're not the one who has to worry about everything....[the boy] looked up, his wet and grimy face. Yes I am, he said I am the one." (259) what does he mean by this?
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Answered by Aslan
By this point in the book, the boy has almost silently taken on more of a leadership role. He knows that his father is sick and dying and he knows that he will have to make more and more decisions.