Analysis Of Paul In Tangerine

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Does Paul Fisher change throughout the book? Tangerine by Edward Bloor is a book about the protagonist Paul, and how he goes through change. In the novel, Paul is shy and soft-spoken, but as his confidence builds he learns to speak boldly for what he stands for. At first, he is afraid of Erik and avoids him at all costs. Erik uses this to his greatest advantage, torturing Paul with fear. Paul knows that Erik is bad, but chooses not to mention the fact for that reason. When Paul and Mrs. Fisher are touring Lake Windsor MS, he disagrees with the fact that his mother registered him as ‘’legally blind’’. He quietly moves along gritting his teeth as he is labelled blind. Although he wears thick glasses, he is not completely blind. At the end

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