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hatchet

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on 29 November 2015

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hatchet
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conflict and resolution
The conflict is charecter vs nature.

conflict: Brian is stuck in the canadian wilderness.

resolution: Brian finds a emergency transmitter and signals a plane.

summary
Brian robsen was on a plane going to vist his father when suddenly the piolet gets a heart attack and dies brian crashes on a lake. he has nothing but a hatchet. the quiestion is will he survive?

THEME
In the book hatchet i think the theme is never give up always keep going
text evedince
page 3 "no, not secrets so much as just the secret. Whathe knew about his mother that had caused the divorce, what he knew, what he knew-The Secret" chp 1
charecter development
Brian robsen is a thirteen year old with divorced parents. he hates the divorce and he knows a secret his mom did that his dad dosent. he doesnt like keeping that secret but he did. I think if he did he would not be in this mess.

Text Evidence
back of book "suddenly, brian finds himself alone in the canadian wilderness with nothing but his clothing, a tattered windbreaker, and the hatchet his mother has given him as a present"
final thoughts
I think i would give this book a 4/5.
because it was a very intresting book
but at some points i did not understand.
also in the book the secret was coverd with a peice of paper.
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