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Complete one essays. Respond to one of the following prompt by writing a essay (including an introduction, body, and conclusion), citing specific information from the novel to support your opinion. Citing, in this case, means quoting directly, or summarizing from the novel. It is not necessary to cite these citations as this is an essay test. Make sure that you respond to all parts of the prompt.
1- At the end of the novel, Charlie says:
“So, we are who we are for a lot of reasons. And maybe we’ll never know most of them. But even if we do not have the power choose where we come from , we can still choose where we go from there. We can still do things. And we can try to feel okay about them.
” In an essay, explain what Charlie means by these statements and address the following questions:
How does this quote reflect the changes that Charlie has gone through through the novel?
Do you agree or disagree with what Charlie says?
Defend your opinion in an essay by providing specific evidence such as explanations, compelling reasons, and examples from the novel
2- In Perks of Bing a Wallflower, Patrick says,
“You ever think, Charlie, that our group is the same as any other group, like the football team? And the only difference is what We Wear and why we wear it?
“Consider this quote in your response to the following questions:
• What is a” wallflower “and what are the perks of being one?
• How is being a wallflower a detriment?
. In what ways is each of the three friends – Patrick, Sam, and Charlie Wallflowers?
Describe your opinion on the quote and the issues brought up by these questions. Defend your opinion in an essay by providing specific evidence such as explanations, compelling reasons, and examples from the novel.
3- Consider Charlie as the protagonist of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, a bildungsroman.
Then, choose of the following maturation processes:
Trace Charlie’s steps in your chosen process in detail using specific evidence, i. e, specific reasons and examples from the novel.