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Hatchet Staring Brian Robeson
The main character in Hatchet, Brian Robeson, is a thirteen-year-old boy from New York City. This novel primarily deals with themes of man and nature as well as of self-awareness and self-actualization, mainly through Brian's experiences living alone in the wilderness. Therefore, he is essentially the only principal character. Brian's parents have just recently divorced, and this conflict between them has deeply affected Brian and his sense of stability. His sense of self has been disrupted by his parents' split, and he bears the burden of "The Secret," that is, the knowledge that his mother is having an affair with another man.
A strong personality that Brian has courage because he took over the controls on the plane when the pilot had a heart attack will flying." All the flying is easy . It just takes learning"( Paulsen 5). This is important because he took the controls over on the plane.
Brian is thinking he was going to die in the plane . " I'm going to die I'm going said Brian"(Paulse 25). So in that moment he is scared because the pilot had the heart attack and no one is flying the plane. This is important to understand the character because it shows a trait he has.
Brian is having a hard time making a fire." After 10 minutes of rubbing he felt the sticks and they were almost cool to the touch , so he throw the sticks in disgust"(Paulsen 63). This is important to show that you can get stressed even in the calm wilderness
Brian is having a hard time light a fire so he wants a match." I would kill just for a match"(Paulsen 87). This is important because it shows that it is hard and tiring to survive in the wild alone.
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