Chris was not only socially isolated, but he was also physically isolated from everyone he loved. Chris was struck by disaster multiple times, and that resulted in heartbreaking notes detailing how he felt. Krakauer includes these notes because it makes the audience feel bad for Chris. For example, when the river floods and Chris is trapped, he wrote “‘Disaster…rained in. River look impossible.
Christopher finds math amusing, entertaining and simple. As odd as this kid sounds he´s moral values are admiral. He is honest and always does the right thing according to his logic. When the neighbors dog is found dead Christopher´s first instinct is to find the culprit, since the person who killed a dog might be extremely dangerous.He starts to investigate in order to write a book that he has been working on. However, when his dad finds out about his investigation, he gets furious, and forbids him to continue the investigation.
Flattered and hoping to impress Kitty, Chris tells her that he is an artist and his moderate tone prompts her to assume he is wealthy. The following day, Chris, who has been painting from home is relocated by his shrewish wife Adele, and is now directed to only practice his painting in the bathroom. He grows depressed when she scolds him for his lack of talent, and makes sure to pound home the point that her first husband died bravely in line of work as a detective. Frustrated, Chris sends Kitty a note asking to see her again. Kitty's lazy boyfriend Johnny, the man who beat her, also believes Chris is rich and pressures Kitty to make a date with him.
After finishing high school, Chris decides to go on a summer excursion and travel the country, where he ends up in California, revisiting his old neighborhood. This is where he spends time with his half siblings, from Walt’s first marriage, who still live there. Chris finds out that after he was born, Walt had been continuing the relationship with his first wife, which Chris infuriates Chris, and he takes very personally: “Chris was the sort of person who brooded about things. If something bothered him, he wouldn’t come out and say it” (122). Letting his emotions build and broil over the newly discovered secret, Chris feels alienated from his parents.
pressure changes the meaning of Humanity. The body if christopher Creed by Carol Plum-Ucci displays how people's fear pressures them to wrongfully blame others in order to escape the situation that the themselves have created, which in our case is the disappearance of Christopher Creed. This whole situation separates the citizen of Steepleton into two sides having a major impact on several but most on 17 year old Torey, Mrs. Creed and Allie who then realize that they were a part of Chris's
Christopher doesn’t like loud noises, there are a lot of loud noises in his life. This is very hard for him because he cant avoid it. Unlike his dislike for yellow food where he can avoid eating it. Also, him not knowing how to ride the subway by himself, which was hopefully just a one time thing, loud noises happen all the time and he can’t avoid them. So, covering his ears, he finds yet another way to overcome his obstacles.
The audience knew that his common sense was non-proficient in this scene considering that people ordinarily do not tell strangers about what is occurring in their lives, they may steal your belongings or point you in the wrong direction. Consequently, the police officer was trying to pull him off the train that he was on considering that they were able to contact Christopher’s father from all the information Christopher gave to them. Watching the production, the crew used a mixture of the flashing visuals on the grid and the loud sounds seem overwhelming which gave us a taste of how Christopher feels at the station. Another scene that shows his deficiency in common sense was when he was taking his A-level Math exam. Judy’s relationship with Roger is falling apart, his mother decided to travel back to Swindon so Christopher can endure his A-level Math exam, where Christopher was feeling exhausted during his exam period.
“ Cole didn't trust anyone...” (15) Cole strongly didn't like his parents because the way they treated him. “ Cole would not let them hold his hands and feel how sweaty they were, he would not let them pretend they loved him.” Cole thinks everyone is helping him because they don't have a choice or their just doing it for themselves. Lots of people have a hard time with Cole because of his actions towards others. “Cole is a risk to our children and to our community.” (46) “that boy is dangerous,” she said. “next time he might kill someone…” (46) I feel toward Cole Matthews is he is a great boy that is smart and has the potential to be be a strong and responsible man.
Carson was a black kid living in a very racist time period. When he went to Wilson Junior High he was subject to lots of racism from teachers and students alike. Black kids were stereotypically seen as dumb and unable to succeed, while white kids were seen as superior. “Then, to my embarrassment, she bawled out the White kids because they had allowed me to be number one [in my class]. “You’re not trying hard enough,” she told them.