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Gordy~ The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Transcript of Gordy~ The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Kaitlyn Greenberg Thank you! "I'm quite aware of my differences. I wouldn't classify them as weird." Symphony No. 25 in G minor, K. 183 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Our choice of song is quite stereotypical. We chose this song because Gordy is extremely smart. When you think of someone who is smart, you automatically think of someone that sits in their room listening to classical music. Gordy's theme song has to be a very intense classical piece by Motzart. Created by: Gordy is the smartest person at Reardan. He is not only extremely book smart, but also street smart. He teaches Junior many lessons that get him through his school day. Most importantly, he teaches Junior how to read well. Gordy is content with his life. He knows that he is smart. He also knows that he is different from everyone else. That doesn't stop him from living his life and getting through each day. Junior sees this quality in Gordy. Gordy is very understanding. He doesn't look at Junior and turn away. He understands the deeper side to people and the deeper side to life. He can take any hard time and change it for the better because he knows that life can be tough, but once you better undertsand the world you can get through anything.