Independent Reading Project: The Perks of Being a Wallflower
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This is the scene in which Charlie meets Patrick in shop class.
Listen you either call me Patrick or nothing!
Charlie is having a hard time and his father is yelling at him for it. In other words he's getting in trouble for trying to talk about being upset.
Not everyone has a sob story, Charlie, and even if they do, it's no excuse.
Charlie, Patrick, and Sam go for a drive after their school dance. They end up driving through a tunnel and at the end of it Sam screams a really fun scream, Charlie calls it.
This is when Charlie's sister is pregnant and he goes with her to the doctor so she can get an abortion. They do this because she is not ready to have a child while still in high school, and the baby is her ex's.
This is in one the last letters Charlie wrote to the stranger. He is dreaming about when his Aunt Helen sexually assaulted him because he and Sam were getting intimate; this reminded Charlie of what had happened to him before.
Everything was in slow motion. The sound was thick. And she was doing everything Sam was doing. That's when I woke up.
This is in the very last letter written, Charlie is released from the hospital. He writes about hope, forgiving his Aunt Helen, and to stop being a wallflower. He wants to do things instead of watching everyone from, the sidelines of life
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