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  • character information 
  • Brian, is 13 years old and is the only passenger on the plane to go stay at his dads house 
  • physical description
  • The pilot had a heart attack and that left Brian to crashing into a nearby lake
  • personality trait 
  • title: Hatchet Character name: Brian Robeson "Not that he had much to say. He was thirteen and the only passenger on the plane." (Paulsen, 1)
  • character trait (beginning of story)
  • We are not told about Brian's physical description but we know he is 13 years of age and is surviving in the wilderness 
  • character trait (middle)
  • personality trait- hardworking. or clever evidence:  "The hatchet was the answer. That's what his father and Terry had been trying to tell him. Somehow he could get fire from the hatchet. The sparks would make fire." (Paulsen,83) explanation: Brian was able to figure out a way to start a fire, when before he didn't know what to do.
  • character trait (end of story)
  • character trait: afraid "The very core of him, the very center of him, The very center of Brian Robeson stopped and stricken with a white-flash of horror, a terror so intense that his breathing, his thinking, and nearly his heart had stopped." (paulsen, 12)  explanation: Brian was terrified to continue on and find ways to survive on his own 
  • character trait: determined "He ran from the shelter to the pines and started breaking off the low, dead small limbs. These he threw into the shelter, went back for mor, threw those in, and squatted to break and feed the hungry flames.When the small wood was going well he went out and found larger wood and did not relax until that was going. Then he leaned back against the wood brace of his door opening and smiled."     explanation: Brian started to realize over time that if he is going to be in the wilderness for a long period of time he needs to find ways to survive
  • character trait: brave "I am not the same, he thought. I see, I hear differently. He did not know when the change started, but it was there; when a sound came to him now he didn't just hear it and look at it-a breaking twig, a movement of air-and know the sound as if he somehow could move his mind back down the wave of sound to the source." (paulsen,102) explanation: after all Brian went through and to survive in the wilderness, he grew used to it and more brave towards his surroundings
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