Freak The Mighty Character Analysis

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Freak: The Character
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Many people fight to be accepted in our world since of incapacities. Freak the Mighty, by Rodman Phil brick, is anaffected and inspirational novel about how two lads, who are “different”, develop friends and unite towards a shared cause. Kevin, an eighth grader who lives with his mother Gwen, is one of the two characters in this extraordinary novel. Kevin is anactual knowledgeable young boy who doesn't let his incapacity limit his abilities.
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In today's society there are masses of people that believe that dumb people cannot achieve everything in there entire life. From the book Freak the Mighty this point is confirmed wrong. Max and Kevin, are the two greatest important characters in Freak the Mighty, they can both be labeled as dynamic characters. Respectively of them goes through main changes that are revealed through their actions, and by what the author utters about them. Maxwell embodies the original of the hero's journey. I will deliberate this issue using the detail that he has a birth, a calling/voyage, and a reappearance.
Kevin usages his imagination to lessen his disability in his everyday life. In Preschool Kevin would walk around the school with his leg supports and use his fancy to pretend that he was a robot. The datum that he uses his imagination to see his leg braces as
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He can outlook for himself when people call him or Max names. He has anillness Morquio Syndrome that makes him very lesser in size. He’s not frightened showing that something is mistaken with him because when he met Max he was creationErr..Err.. Sounds like a robot and he has leg supports. He makes me touch happy and tingly inside reason I think he could make analteration in the

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