The Other Side Character Analysis

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It might seem like “Wonder” and “The Other Side” our very different kinds of stories. One takes place in the past and the other takes place in the present. But if you look closer, you will see that both stories actually share a common theme. In both stories the authors teach us that just because you our different you can still be friends with whoever you want.

In “Wonder,” the author shows us that know matter what you look like you can still be friends with whoever you want. In the being of the story Summer starts to be aggies friend even though she could be sitting with the popular group. Also, in the middle of the story Jack Will starts to realise that he likes aggie being his friend know matter what he looks like. Instead of Summer and
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In the middle of the story clover meets a white girl named annie on the fence that separates the black and white. This shows how much bravery the girls have trying to make friends. In the resolution of the story annie asks if she can come over the fence and play with clover and her friends. All of clovers friends say no but clover says yes and in the end annie, clover and all of clovers friends sit on the fence talking. Clover supports annie against all her friends and in the end Clover got all of them to be friends. The lesson in this story is clear too: No matter if you 're black or white you can all be the best of friends.

Both of these stories teach us that no matter what you look like you can all be friends. “Wonder” is a novel type book and teaches you in a long more complex way. The shows us that you can be friends no matter if you look deformed in an physical way because Jack will punched a kid that was bullying aggie. “The Other Side” teaches us how to respect others in a happy way-it teaches us that know matter what race you our you can be friends no matter what. No matter if your deformed, black, white, or just normal you can be good friends no matter
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