perks of being a wallflower 2
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Charlie is the protagonist of the story. He is a round character, and grows from a shy, inexperienced boy to a mature, smart man. Charlie is also the narrator, and the story is told through letters he anonymously writes to a character who is unnamed.
Irony: “And in that moment, I swear we were infinite” (39).
Charlie’s dad is the antagonist of the story. He is a flat character because he is essentially a plot device. He oppresses and criticizes Charlie and Charlie’s feelings and does nothing more than that throughout the story.
Metaphor: “Sam stood up and the wind turned her dress into ocean waves” (38).
The theme of the story is friendship. Charlie goes through many dark periods in his life, and without his friends, he may not have made it through. His friends both anchor him and allow him to fly.
Personification: “And my mind played hopscotch” (98).
Not long after Charlie says this, Sam and Patrick leave, ending the infinity Charlie was thinking of.
Charlie is comparing Sam’s dress and the way it moves to “ocean waves”.
Charlie’s brain can’t actually physically play hopscotch.
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