Character Analysis: Until They Bring The Streetcars Back

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Within the novel, Until They Bring The Streetcars Back, the author, Stanley Gordon West, follows a strong theme of standing up for and protecting those who are otherwise helpless, and with that theme the main character proves the significant meaning of it throughout the entirety of the novel. The first step the main character, Cal, took to help us recognize the importance of standing up for those who are weak, was saving the rabbit. Upon being savagely attacked by a group of kids, a rabbit, caught in a trap made of string, was being attacked with a homemade spear when Cal had spotted them and decided to jump in. Having scared off the deranged children, the teenager had taken the rabbit underneath his jacket and brought it home, where it spent
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