The Brief Wondrous Life Of Oscar Wao Analysis

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Giving up friends is difficult, nevertheless if the they were not really your friend, in the end it is for the best. In the novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao written by Junot Diaz, Oscar recognizes his friends are not genuine companions. This is evident because they have fun excluding Oscar, make derogatory remarks towards him, overall making him feel inferior to them. Oscar’s friends, Al assists Oscar’s other friend, Miggs in finding a girlfriend, excluding Oscar, “It killed him that they hadn’t thought to include him in their girl heists; he hated Al for inviting Miggs instead of him and he hated Miggs for getting a girl period” (28). Speculations of why Al did not invite Oscar include, as not having enough room to include …show more content…

I chose to wait for his game to finish, I sent him a message “Yo add me next game thanks”. I decide to watch anime hoping he forgot to invite me. After my episode of anime, I check on my friend.
He. Was. In. Another. Game.
I was in awe, how could my friend lie to me like this? I message him one more time.
“What the fuck bro I thought you were going to wait for me” I type this, angered at my friend. He did not respond. I thought this was a one time thing but it was not. When I try to talk to him in real life, he ignores me. I was starting to understand what was going on. After a few more days of him not inviting me to League games despite having room, I now realize my friend did not want my presence. Like Oscar, once I realize my friend did not want to be friends with I decide to feel the same towards him. This shows his maturity, and willing to let go, in his case, the only people who would interact with him. It is hard letting go of people, who you put your trust and love, then realizing they will not be the same with

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