Bridge To Terabithia Character Analysis

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In the novel “Bridge to Terabithia” by Katherine Patterson, the character Leslie shows tremendous courage by standing up to a very intimidating bully. When Leslie’s friend’s little sister, a scrawny seven year old named May-Bell, gets her beloved twinkies stolen by a mean eighth grader named Janice Avery, May-Bell asks Leslie and Leslie’s friend Jess (May-Belle’s older brother) to avenge her. Jess and Leslie hatch a plan/prank to slip Janice a forged note supposedly written by the most popular boy in the school. Janice is heartbroken when she finds out that her fantasy relationship is not to be, and Leslie decides to talk to her. By doing this, Leslie displays Social/Moral courage and it ends up benefitting Janice by convincing her that she
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