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Theory:

The narrative "A House Is Not a Home" describes a teenager's difficulty adjusting to new surroundings. The narrator is the story's protagonist, and the plot revolves around him. He tells the readers about his first few days at a new high school. The narrative suggests that people must accept change and be open to the people around them. Even if we have had positive former experiences, we must not compare them to the present and find flaws in the current problems or difficulties. Keeping a positive mindset and broadening your understanding will always lead to an excellent, perfect solution.
 
Characters in the story:
 
The narrator: A teenager
The narrator's mother: A single mother who is the sole support for the narrator
Firefighters: Helpers of the narrator's family
The narrator's new high school friends: Helped the narrator during a crisis
The cat: The narrator's beloved friend