Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen is a story written about a boy named Cole Matthews who is a nuisance to everyone around him. This delinquent has been in trouble with the law since he was a mere child. His latest crime? Almost beating a kid to death after a boy named Peter told on him for robbing a hardware store. Cole is sent to court where they will decide his future.
I already infer that he is definitely heading back though the proof of this is right after page 112 it states PART TWO RETURN TO SPIRIT BEAR in big bold letters. This has to mean Cole is going to return to the island and try to face spirit bear with a new attitude and hopefully this time he can succeed. “But the Spirit Bear was also a memory that would never disappear from his mind or heart,” (Page 112). This could mean that Cole wants to return to the island, what I mean by this is when you get connected to someone or something you tend to want to go to it or attract to it like a couple they always want to see each other so if they have the chance they go to each other. In this case Cole wants to return to the island because he had a connection to it, he is determined to see the spirit bear again.
With doing these actions he learned to move on from his past and become a better person. To start, it would be safe saying being attacked by a huge, white bear would scare anyone half to death and change them in some way. After Cole was attacked by the Spirit Bear, he laid on the ground unable to move, alone with
Have one of he or she’s friends ever dealt with conflict? Probably, Did he or she have a good point-of-view or bad point-of-view, And how did it affect your point-of-view. In Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen a summary is “After smashing peter’s head into the sidewalk he goes to an Alaska island, And after getting mauled by a bear, he goes back to Minneapolis but the circle makes him go back but he has to pay for everything, When Peter comes to the island Cole tries to make it right with him but after Peter beating up Cole Peter says that he forgives Cole”. Cole notices how bad his Point-of-view is with his parents and how it changes with his mom but not his dad, and how it changes on the island and with Peter. In the first place, Coles
Perhaps the quest for eternal life was nothing more than a chance to prove that eternal life is unachievable. Therefore, there was no way Gilgamesh could have saved Enkidu. Despite the many options, the Epic suggests that Gilgamesh did truly want to find eternal life. He was terrified of death and sinking to the levels of those who passed before him. He wanted to live forever so that he could truly show the world all the might and power of which he is
The story Touching Spirit Bear is a novel by Ben Mikaelson is a story set in present day Alaska. Cole Mathew was begin a mean kid and I don't share his ways of thinking . After reading Touching Spirit Bear Cole Matthew perspective changes because he hurts Peter Driscal, burns down his fortress and, he mouthed off to Edwin and Garvey even though he tries to find his true self and also tries to stay alive. He saw the world as it being a bad place and i don't se the world as that. No Cole Matthew's see the world as a bad place but his point of view changes throughout the story changes.
She had made a deal with R.L. to take her to see what was on top of the hill at the mine after they did it and he did not follow through. Corey’s loss of innocence was through the fourwheeler he had always dreamed about. His loss was not necessarily his death but rather the idea that he could get hurt and was invincible like he once though. Tommy watching Corey die was when he grew up.
“Something very beautiful happens to people when their world has fallen apart: a humility, a nobility, a higher intelligence emerges at just the point when our knees hit the floor.” (Marianne Williamson). Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen, focuses on a boy named Cole who doesn’t care about anything and does whatever he wants. He ends up beating up a fellow student and goes to jail for it, but has a chance to get out by going to an island to “change” for the better. In fact he does end up changing for the better and overcomes some of his big challenges. Cole’s attitude, relationships, and environment develop into positive counterbalances that help him overcome adversity.
This is why he can kill Piggy with the “sense of delirious” (Golding, 222). The experience of throwing stone eventually brings Roger to become more savagely brutal. In the same way, the character of Ralph also changes his behavior because of the particular experience like
After Montag’s house burned down montag was thinking of some of the things that were know buried under it and he couldn’t move. “A great earthquake came with the fire and leveled his house, Mildred had been buried under their somewhere and his entire life was under there somewhere” (Bradbury pg.112). Montag probably couldn’t understand why he did what he did because his entire life was in that house. Montag could be feeling that everything is being taken from him, like now his house is gone and Mildred left. Mildred had decided to turn in her husband then give up her parlor family.