Jim is very curious and he wishes the he could be older and Jim on the other hand is perfectly content with his age. Will isn’t much of a talker, but more of a thinker. Unlike his friend Jim, Will likes to think out a plan whereas Jim just goes with it and takes action. However, throughout the story, will becomes motivated by Jim and starts to take more risks than he has in the past. Will’s father, Charles Halloway plays a large role in this novel, and I would describe him as a
The other story was 2 brothers who had a good relationship. Doodles brother was kind of pushy to Doodle, but he wanted Doodle to do good in life.as you can see all relationships between people are different.
Cole’s strengths include his actual physical strength, his endurance to pain and his ability to make people believe him. Yet what cole has not noticed is that he has hidden his tears behind a curtain of false belief.Cole’s weakness is also that he doesn't care about anything except for
Johnny often feels afraid, he doesn’t want to go home because of what his parents do to him. Johnny often carries a knife on him because he is scared of getting hurt. Firstly he is brave. He says “We’re goin’ back and turn ourselves in. (Hinton 87)” He doesn’t want anyone else to get hurt so he is willing to turn himself in, which proves how selfless he is.
I think it is unnecessary for Owen to act the way he does. I also believe that Owen is charming. Despite the fact that Johnny’s grandmother despises Owen for many years, he manages to win her over. They find something that they have in common, bond over it, and become good friends: “But my grandmother and Owen Meany twittered over him as hysterically as the blue-haired ladies in Liberace’s audience did,” (262). Other than Owen being controlling, I love and admire him.
He, too, is often at a disadvantage and uses his own wits and control of language to survive in various circumstances. In some ways he follows the principles of an “underdog” with his somewhat depressing current status. The readers are usually “rooting” for Holden due to the given background knowledge of this kid. They are concerned for him and want him to succeed no matter what he does. On the other hand, Holden approaches his representation of a trickster in a more subtle and innocent manner.
He lets them know what things they ought to avoid and piles divisions for them. The size to feel for the Crakers and even the straightforward capacity to advise stories would have been lost to another individual from the compound society. Jimmy wasn't only the most idealistic equipped man for the employment he was the main man for the occupation. The Crakers worship him and notice his words, and he, in spite of discovering them irritating, helps them in the new world they have been brought
In life, there are many people who influence others. Some are good influences and some are bad influences. The one person who influenced Christopher's life the most would have to be his father, Ed Boone a character from the novel the curious incident of the dog in the night-time written by Mark Haddon. In the book Ed Boone makes lots of mistakes that are completely understandable given his situation. He is still a fine father whose has unconditional love and commitment for Christopher which allows him to grow in spite of the numerous challenges he faces.
I am in agreement with Krakauer on the fact that Chris McCandless was not a sociopath because he was intelligent, socialized very well, and was able to take care of himself, but he did have his flaws. Being able to be independent, his achievements and his friends all prove the “outcast bush causality” stereotype wrong. Since Chris was a human, he did have his faults. In some cases they were extreme, but they were rooted from an anger that makes it hard to label as “sociopath”. In the end, however, his stubbornness and tendency to dream big left him for dead.
Jack is always wanting to go hunting and have a more savage “tribe”, while Ralph wishes to keep the group civilized and neat. Because they both have contrary beliefs, they butt heads and disagree very often. Readers can see this play out when a few boys (Including Ralph and Jack, who’re the main two arguing) who went off to decide if they need to let Piggy know what’s going on. “Jack cleared his throat and spoke in a queer, tight voice. ‘We mustn’t let anything happen to Piggy, must we?’” (117).