Sherman Alexie Challenges

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A wise person once said, ‘’ Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.’’ People can have a simple life if they found ways to not make it complex. Within the novel, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time by Sherman Alexie states the main character complication he faces in the book. Junior demonstrates his struggles and difficulties in the story and find ways to fix them. Therefore, the author depicts a hassle Junior faces when it says, “ I was actually born with too much cerebral spinal fluid inside my skull.’’ This reveals a conflict Junior faces and has to live within his whole life. Throughout the book, he describes the way he has to be careful not to get hurt or else he would end up in the hospital. He also gets bullied

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