"The Great Gilly Hopkins," Katherine Paterson.
In the novel "The Great Gilly Hopkins," Katherine Paterson creates a main character that grows and matures in the course of the story.
Gilly is the sort of person who has no interest in other people apart from herself. We know this because throughout the novel she pays no attention to what other people are saying to her. Gilly is also a troublemaker. We know this because of her attitude towards Miss Ellis at the start of the novel. Another incident that shows that Gilly is a troublemaker is when she is in the car on the way to her new foster parent's house. She takes her chewing gum out o…
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