The Chocolate War Robert Cormier Analysis

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Do you understand the feeling of being different? Ever feel those staring eyes peering into you like a laser beam because your not dressed like everybody else? Of course you have everyone has unless you live under a rock but anyway everyone has felt different but why the staring why do they have to make you feel alien? Well it’s simple some people just simply don’t like change and if you aren’t like everyone else the order of things might get screwed up. And when people feel their way of things is being tempered with they can get a bit extreme meaning you better prepare for the worst. “The Chocolate War” by Robert Cormier has many examples of that like how Jerry starts being targeted by the Vigils because he chooses to continue to not sell the chocolates after his assignment to not sell the chocolates for a week ended. From the moment we do something out of the ordinary you can already feel the eyes of hundreds possibly thousands staring at you because your tired of being the same as everyone else. Some people may say they don’t look at you differently even if they find out your different in one way or another but in some cases not all that isn’t true and it can be painfully obvious to spot someone looking at you differently sometimes. For example if someone shows up to school with a suit on they are obviously going to be stared at because its not normal to see a student casually wear a suit. Another example this time from “The Chocolate War” is when Jerry gets turned
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