Commentary On Looking For Alaska By Karmac Mccarthy

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This book invokes many different emotions. In the beginning, the plot made me feel happy and elicited laughter; especially when Miles meets his new roommate and has an awkward yet funny interaction, is given the nickname “Pudge” ironic to his skinny figure, and introduced to Alaska and Takumi. When Pudge got pranked by some Weekday Warriors (rich kids of their school), it was nice to see that his new friends stood up for him, despite the fact that they just meet him not long ago.
This story also invoked anger. I didn’t like the fact that the Colonel, Alaska, and later Pudge were constantly smoking and/or drinking. They are just in high school, and they could get expelled for doing such thing. Especially considering that their parents pay buckets
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