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Day of the Butterfly
Transcript of Day of the Butterfly
Helen - Helen is at first afraid of talking to Myra because she did not want to put being a part of the popular girls at risk. Helen grows to realize their is more to life then feeling popular, she decides she needs a real friend not fake friends.
Miss Darling - Miss Darling sees how no one talks to Myra on the playground and how she is excluded. The girls explain to her how she always sits beside the fence so that she can protect Timmy.
Timmy - Timmy is Myra's little brother, he is very shy and the readers get the impression that he is very insecure of himself. Timmy cant go to the washroom by himself so every time he had to go he came up to the six grade hallway to get Myra. Most times he wouldn't make it and Myra would have to take him home to get changed. Characters The climax in the story is when Helen yells up the hill to Myra to wait up for her. This shows how Helen has changed, it shows how she has began to realized how being part of the popular girls isn't all that matters. It is more important to have 1 good friend then lot's of fake friends. Climax The resolution at the end of the story was that Myra and Helen compromised to hang out together if Myra gets out of the hospital. Helen realized that it is important to have friends who care about you whether they are popular or not. You need friends who you know will always be there for you no matter what. Resolution