The Choclate War: Themes & Charachterization OR CONFORMISTS: ARE THEY IN DANGER?
The theme of the chocolate war would most definitely is, being a nonconformist can make you an outcast by society. It can even sometimes bring harm to you, but if you are being a nonconformist with good reason, then you will have to be willing to take the abuse. The Chocolate War is a story that takes place in New England in the 1970's. The main part of the story is focused on the characters time in a catholic school. Since the school is exclusively for boys, they were constantly trying to prove their power over one another. The protagonist of the story is Jerry Renault. Jerry traveled thr…
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