The three boys in Greasy Lake go through a sequence of events which cause them to think differently about themselves; they go find themselves making mistakes, reaping the consequences, and experience an enlightened transformation. The main characters names are Jeff, Digby, and the other which is also the narrater, his name is unknown, so I will refer to him as Tom. The three boys are so obsessed with their fake personas that they displace who they really are. The three young men see themselves as bad characters, "We wore torn-up leather jackets, slouched around with toothpicks in our mouths, sniffed glue…we drank gin and grape juice, Tango, Thunderbird, and Bali Hai. We were nineteen.
After a childish prank he pulled when he was a young boy, his father incarnated him for may years. Boo can be referred to a style 'mocking bird'of the story as he is one of the townss most judged members, but is actually just an innocent caring man. Boo has very little contact with the outside world. When he starts leaving toys and objects in a hollow tree trunk for jet and scout, it's one of boos first interactions with anyone other then his father and brother. Attics, scout jem and society all misjudged boos shy personality for so,e crazy killer man.
He wears thick circler glasses . Piggy was a orphan that was raised by his aunt . Piggy has asthma so he don’t really care for hard work around the island . Piggy tries to hold peace between the boys o the island . Piggy is one of the most smarts boys on the island but most of the boys don’t like him , So therefore Piggy is very anti-social with the other boys .
Baseball Bats Are Not Just Used For Shattering Balls. gAs nice as people are you can not trust them. Clumsy Simon Glass is a nerd, a loser who occupies the lowest rung on the high school social ladder. Simon was better known as the textbook geek of his high school, who has no friends and someone everybody picks on; that is until Rob Haynes shows up. Haynes is a transfer student, who has something special instore Haynes and his gang of friends Young ,Bob, and Coop had a mission to turn Simon Glass from a total freak to a wanna be prom king.
He represents the typical attention starved youngest child in a family. In one of the scenes, he steals spoonfuls of sugar from the sugar bowl until told not to by other members in the families kitchen. As immature as they come, he is looked down upon by his older brothers and is often criticized
Nobody seems to take him seriously. Until we meet Father Karl. A game of “father and son” Toby tries unsuccessfully to play father and son with both Roy and Dwight but it is doomed to failure. (84). He is complicit in Dwight’s attempt to lure Rosemary; he finds that they are too deeply entwined to stop the prevent carnage.
The Brother of the book is Brother Jacques, Brother Leon, and Brother Eugene. Brother Jacques is an antagonist and so is Brother Eugene. Brother Leon is sort of like an antagonist to because is he is mean to students. A kid named Jerry Renault is a freshman at
In the beginning of the novel, Amir is juvenile and cowardly in many ways. For example, sometimes he talks Hassan "into firing walnuts with his slingshot at the neighbors one-eyed German Shepherd"(3). This quote shows that as a child, Amir often instigated trouble and was immature. Amir is also cowardly by not saving Hassan while he is getting rapped. " I had one last chance to make a decision.
Brother made him "swim until he turned blue, row until he couldn't lift an our" and made him rush wherever they went so "his face turned red and his eyes became glazed." (601). Brother was determined to return to school having a "normal" brother that he could not be ridiculed and made fun of for because he lacked skills that others had, or that he was different. Brother devoted a lot of effort into making Doodle normal in his eyes, and was determined not to let Doodle fail him. He worried more about what other people thought of his brother than what really mattered the most, which was Doodle
The men also followed a strict order of structure and most time felt inferior to the heads of the family. It seemed like they were scared to talk out of turn and felt they had disrespected their leader if they did. All of the family members had a strong affection