Perks Of Being A Wallflower Book Report

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Can the impact of having a few really good friends change the way that you are, or even the way you think? In the book The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, a boy named Charlie struggles with problems of abuse and adolescence. Once he meets his new friends, however, his problems seem to wash away. The book gives an answer by showing how his friendship solves his problems with abuse in his household. Charlie finds out that his Aunt Helen had molested him every Saturday when they would watch TV through a dream that he has. After the dream, he wakes up to find himself in a hospital after he had a mental breakdown in front of the television. “The thing that helped me the most, though, was the time I could have visitors… Just like
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