Character Analysis: The Dumbest Idea Ever

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School is madness for student! Like all of us as kids, Jimmy was just trying to make it through high school. But little did he know that a great quantity of things were soon to change very quickly for him in many different ways. He did not know at the time, but soon enough he would be making comics for his hometown and meeting new friends along the way. Some ups and down are soon to come but as you get to know Jimmy, you will soon understand it may have happened to just the right person. The Dumbest Idea Ever by Jimmy Gownley has a character by the name of Jimmy who plays an excellent role showing someone who faces a tough conflict, resolving It through perseverance and defining his character by his fight to overcome.
Jimmy comes face to face with many conflicts throughout the story. Yet, with strength and perseverance, Jimmy found his way through. One of Jimmy’s biggest issues was his teacher's perspective on comic books. When faced with the common misconception of comics and their actual values as described here, “Oh you are such a good reader, why waste your time on this junk?” (Gownley 21) Jimmy decided to tell his teacher why comics were real books.”Comics have been used by our
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Jimmy did not expect things to go the way they did but he sure was in for the ride. With only the his beginning starting in Girardville and developing his love for his future profession. He fought through with perseverance finding what he loved to do slowly with friends to help him along the way. In retrospective one would think Jimmy would look back and think about those long nights thinking about comics and how he wanted to keep creating, and then looking at himself in the present with all his progress paying off everyday. The Dumbest Idea Ever by Jimmy Gownley has a character by the name of Jimmy who plays an excellent role showing someone who faces a tough conflict, resolving It through perseverance and defining his character by his fight to

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