From the past, my family have to live in the countryside with an old house. Our family life keep stay the same and one day have change by my mother. She has done something and makes my family get better from the poor life. She changed my life from the poor life to a new life and now I can speak english, I can do everythings from that I never have done before. Because of her my life have change and get better from the past. In this novel, Freak the Mighty Rodman Philbrick uses the literary devices of characterization and dialogue to reveal the theme of the importance of friendship.
One literary device Rodman Philbrick uses the reveal the theme of the importance of friendship is characterization, what Max thinks. In the story when the first lines of the book tell the reader that Freak comes into Max’s life and helps Max with everything, he states “I never had a brain until Freak came along and let me borrow his for a while, and that’s the truth, the whole truth”(1). This show that Max thinks he a stupid person. Then Freak comes and Freak helps Max to think better. Freak becomes his brain and become his friend.
A second literary devices Rodman Philbrick uses to reveal the theme of the importance of friendship is characterization, what Max does. In this story when Freak ride Max shoulders and use his feet strike Max shoulder to force direction where he going, he state “So out we go. It’s a habit by now, Freak riding up high on my shoulders and using his little feet to steer me if I forget where we’re going”(48). This shows that Max helps Freak walk by Freak sit on Max’s shoulders and before they are not friend they never go anywhere, but now they are Freak the Mighty they go anywhere together and they help each other. In th...
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In conclusion, in this novel, Freak the Mighty Rodman Philbrick uses the literary devices of characterization and dialogue to reveal the theme of the importance of friendship what Max’s says, does ,and thinks to show relationship between Max and Freak. First, Max thinks he a stupid person and then Freak become Max’s biran and become his friend. Second, they are Freak the Mighty, they go anywhere together and they help each other. Third, Max’s try to help Loretta from his dad by tell the secret that Killer Kane did with his mom. Finally Max’s know how write the story from Freak. The story Freak the Mighty make me think about the importance about friendship that I have got with my friend. They are part of my life because they are my friend and they help me with everything. It like Freak help Max’s to read and write, and with everything to change his life.
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