Christopher In Ernest Hemingway's A Separate Peace

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Christopher has changed in his confidence to be independent throughout the book which makes him a dynamic character. Before he decided to go on his own to London, he has never been anywhere ‘apart from the shop at the end of the road (161).’ This shows that Christopher really has not had much independency and always rely on someone. He even said that the thought of going somewhere by himself is frightening which I can’t blame him for feeling. Also, Christopher decided to go around his neighborhood and converse with his neighbors when he tries to find who the murderer was. This is new for Christopher because he doesn’t talk to strangers and has never talked to his neighbors. By the end of the book, we can see that the protagonist has surely
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