Green Eggs and Ham
By: Reese Anderson
The hidden implication that I discovered was that nothing ever was succeeded without trying.The other implication that i had was never give up. I say this because Sam-I- Am tried and tried and tried to get him to try green eggs and ham and he finally succeeded.this is important to me because i play sports and those implications are a good for my motivation when i practice. Sam-i-am kept asking and asking but still, he said no. Sam-I-am asked and asked and he kept asking and the neighbor said ''I could not, would not, on a boat. I will not, will not with a goat. I will not eat them in the rain. I will not eat them on a train. Not in the dark! Not in a tree! Not in a car! You let me be! I do not like them in a box. I do not like them with a fox. I will not eat them in a house. I do not like them with a mouse. I do not like them here or there. I do not like them ANYWHERE!''. But finally Sam-I-Am got him to try the green eggs and ham and the neighbor liked them a lot. Sam-I-Am succeeded in his mission to get him to try the green eggs and ham which brought me to make those implications.
As the story begins, Sam's friend is stubborn. He tells Sam-I-Am that he "would not like them in a box or a house, or with a fox or a mouse, that he would not eat them here or there, and would not eat them anywhere."
Yet Sam-I-Am's neighbors attitude proves to be temporary, as during the climax of the story when, he suddenly and without warning enjoys the food he hated at the beginning, and likes it.
Sam-I-Am's neighbor's has a transformation through the story, where he eats the food in all its locations.