character : Mr. John Keating, Niel Perry, Todd Anderson, Charlie Darlton, Knox Overstreet, Cameron, Meeks, Pitts, Kris and Mr perry. Mr. John Keating is English teacher of welton academy, he is a original member of Dead Poets Society. he teach his student little bit different style. Niel Perry is main character of this book. He wants to be actor, but his father is too strict, so he is suicide. Todd Anderson is Niel’s roommate. He has timid personality, but end of this story, he change his personality and he gets self-regard. Charlie Darton is Niel’s best friend. He always said ‘living your own life Niel.’ He follow ‘Carpe Diem’ life style.
Story’s begin is opening ceremony, Mr. John Keating is new teacher and Neil, Knox, Pitts, Cameron, Meeks, Charlie and Todd are ordinary students. Neil always follow his father, his father is too strict to Neil. Cameron has little bit selfish character, he is only think about his benefits. Todd is little bit timid, he doen’t want read poem in the class, but he totally believe Mr Keating in the end.
Mr. John Keating teach his student with diff...
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