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Donaldson Hatchet Book Report
Transcript of Donaldson Hatchet Book Report
Brian's dad: Brian's mom and she works as an accountant and real estate agent. She was a kind mom and would never give up to find her son.
Brian's dad: Has a reputation and separated from Brian's mom.He was a man who would kiss random women and tried to marry some one else at the end of the book. Conflict The conflict of this book is that Brian is stuck in the woods with no food, (until the near end) and doesn't know exactly what to do to protect himself.
An example of the conflict is that Brian is lucky all the time when in the wild. Such as: He finds 3 course meals in the plane, he finds matches in the plane, and he finds a parachute he could of used.
We all could relate to something that we have been in that noone else has truly been through. Themes The main themes in Hatchet are perseverance and determination. Brian never gives up and he always would have a positive attitude toward being rescued. Brian never would give up finding food. Brian would try to find any way to survive and catch animals. Brian once discovered that the top of the water distorts the image of fish under water. Brian tries to solve this and does. He goes under water and he spears a fish much easier. Brian would never give up on the hope that he would someday make it home. The audience might find that never giving up is much better than giving up the first time and risking your life to survive pays dearly to you.