Quarter 3 - Week 4 Novel Assignment: August and Me: Three Wonder Stories -
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"I knew it. I started having nightmares again after I met August Pullman. No, not passing bad dreams, but full blown heart-pounding, wake-up-screaming kind of nightmares!"
"Julian, honey, what's wrong?"
"I can't help it, Mom. I can't stand his face! How would you like to get up in the morning and see that everyday!?
"I think I know what to do! I'll right some notes in real psycho-killer writing! Yeah, that'll show 'im!"
In author R.J. Palacio's prequel to Wonder, August and Me: Three Wonder Stories, the "chapters" thoroughly explain the perspective of other characters, such as Julian Albans (the "main antagonist") and his family. The first chapter explicitly reveals Julian's emotions while reacting to August, as if he is struggling with a type of anxiety disorder, along with insomnia.
Julian and his family, unable to cope with their problems, do not blame themselves for this "high amount of stress." Instead, they blame the Pullmans for enrolling him into the Beecher Prep School District.
While trying to calm himself down, Julian somehow gets the idea that writing notes in "psycho-killer writing" will force August to leave Julian alone, and "go on with his life."
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