Sleeping Freshman Never Lie Character Analysis

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A Chinese man named Confucius once said, “When you see a good person, think of becoming like her/him. When you see someone not so good, reflect on your own weak points”(goodreads.com). Sleeping Freshman Never Lie is a novel based on a kid named Scott Hudson. Scott narrates his time being a freshman at his school, Zenger High School. At first, he is sceptical of high school and a new brother as being a good change for himself. Scott then realizes that high school isn’t awful and a new baby brother won't be either. But, things take a turn for the worse, or in this case a turn for the best. Scott breaks away from his good friends Patrick, Mitch, and Kyle to pursue new friends. However, as the story progresses, Scott is not the only one who changes. Many other characters change alongside Scott. Wesley is the character that changed the most during the course of the novel. He not only changes his personality, but also changes his views of others.
One reason Wesley Cobble is the one who changed the most
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They believe this because at the beginning of the book Scott had three good friends, Mitch, Kyle, and Patrick. During the story they start to separate from each other. Patrick has to move to Texas, “We’re Moving. . . Texas. My dad got transferred. We’re leaving next month”(Lubar 117). Mitch separates from the group a little towards the beginning, “Mitch isn’t around . . . He’s hanging out with that girl”(Lubar 57). And ever since Kyle joined the wrestling team, it seems that Kyle and Scott don’t talk as much anymore. However, people who believe that Scott changed the most in the story are wrong. This is due to the fact that Scott still was very similar to the guy he was at the beginning of Sleeping Freshman Never Lie. Wesley Cobble is definitely the one who changed the most during the novel. Wesley Cobble was introduced into the book as a bully, and came out the complete
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