An in-depth look at Charlie, the main character of The Watcher, and describes his learning experience.
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…
- An in-depth look at Charlie, the main character of The Watcher, and describes his learning experience.
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