Priscilla And The Wimps Summary

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“How We Won The Bean Field War” by Bob Sizoo and “Priscilla and the Wimps” by Richard Peck have many similarities, as differences. Both stories provide crucial lessons and enjoyment. While the stories share an alike characterization, these separate authors provide dissimilar point of views, and settings. To start, the point of views distant in their similarities. The similarities in these stories are the fact that they both have bullies coming after the main character. The differences however are that in the story “How We Won The Bean Field War” the narrator talks about always having to deal with a bully that if they’re seen by him they’re gonna get rocks thrown at them. But in “Priscilla and the Wimps” there is a group of bullies getting…show more content…
The characterizations of these two stories are very similar, the bullies are both described as these mean people who if you're spotted by them you have no chance of getting out of whatever is about to happen. “I admit it. I’m five foot five, and when the Kobras slithered by, with or without Monk, I shrank. I admit this, too: I paid up on a regular basis. And I might add so would you.” This group terrorized everyone at the school, no one was truly safe from the Kobras. In “How We Won The Bean Field War” the bully is described as someone who will beat you up on sight and won’t stop until you cry. Henceforth, these two stories have an alike characterization, but they have a dissimilar settings. Moreover, the settings of the two stories are very contrasting. In “How We Won the Beanfield War” it takes more in a place of a beanfield and mainly the outdoors. “The beanfield was my wilderness.” This shows that the main characters like to be around the beanfield because it's their “wilderness”. But, in “Priscilla and the Wimps” it's setting is more of a school environment. “There was a time when you couldn't even go to the restroom around this school”. Since the bully in this story is making everyone pay to go through the halls, this quote represents where the story will be taking place which is the
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