I am going to write about the changes of Brian’s character in the days he is lost.
Firstly, Brian has become more mature than before. On the first few days, Brian always thinks that’s he is suffering all those stuffs because of his mother. If his mother hasn’t got another boyfriend and divorced with Brian’s dad, Brian won’t have a plane crash and be alone in the woods, suffering from hunger and pain. But then, when Brian starts to experience more things, he learns to be more mature and be more thoughtful. Brian does think of his mother, but not to blame on her, Brian just simply misses her and home. Also, after the attack of the tornado, although Brian has got nothing but only the hatchet left, and everything is back to the start, he doesn’t just stand there and cry or give vent to his anger like normal kids at his age will do, instead, Brian is able to think positively and starts to rebuild things immediately. He doesn’t got beat down by the adversity, he still keeps a sense of humor by hoping that the moose that attacked him is hit by the tornado. Through these two examples, we can see that Brian is more mature than before.
Secondly, Brian has become more thoughtful. Before the crash, Brian had always wanted to tell his dad about the secret, the reason why his mom divorced with his father, but after he is rescued, Brian gives up telling the truth to his dad maybe because he cares about others’ feelings, he doesn’t want his dad to have negative feelings or to blame on his mom since Brian loves his parents deeply in heart. Also, when Brian sees the bear, he quickly runs away from it, since he is afraid that the bear will harm him. But then after thinking, Brian learns that the bear won’t cause any harm to him because he is now a part of the nature too. So when the next time Brian sees the wolves, instead of running away, Brian nods to them, showing respect to he living things in nature. Another example is Brian thinks more after the skunk comes to steal his...
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