Character vs. Character Character vs. Self

Character vs. Character     Character vs. Self

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Episode IV: It is up to Luke to make a final attack attempt at the Death Star, and he is saved from Vader at the last minute by Han Solo, who returns in the nick of time and sends Vader spinning away from the station. Against all odds, Luke succeeds and destroys the Death Star, dealing a major defeat to the Empire and setting himself on the path to becoming a Jedi Knight. Wonder" by R. J. Palacio tells the story of ten-year-old August. The boy was born with a face that horrifies most who look upon it. Over the years, he had countless surgeries, so he was home-schooled. Now, he's about to enter the fifth grade in a regular school. This story is told from his perspective as well as from his sister's, her boyfriend's and friends' perspectives.

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  • Luke, come to the dark side!
  • Darth Vadar you will never win "The Force" favors the Jedi!
  • The Republic will never stop battling until your evil plot is destroyed!
  • Darth Vadar and the Death Star destroyed at last!
  • But WHY can't I go to school mom? I told you it's complicated August.
  • The surgery went fine, August should be feeling better in a couple of days
  • I thought we were friends, how could you say and do those things!
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