An in-depth look at Charlie, the main character of The Watcher, and describes his learning experience.
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After reading The Watcher by Guy Vanderhaeghe, one can feel for the character of Charlie and how he had a great learning experience over the summer at his Grandmother's house.
Over the coarse of the summer, Charlie learns what it feels like to take control of a situation. All his life he is forced to be a "watcher" and observe the environment that surrounds him. His illness as well as age forces him to step aside and let others control his very existence as he is made a prisoner on the farm of his Grandmother.
One experience he has is the killing of Stanley the rooster. Charlie is able…
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