The Butterfly Revolution Essay | Essay

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The Butterfly Revolution

Summary: Analyzes The Butterfly Revolution, a novel written by William Butler. Provides a reading response journal with a brief summary and explanation of writing style.
The Butterfly Revolution is a beautifully novel written by William Butler. The story takes place in America, in the 1960's. The novel is about a few young kids taking over a summer camp. One of the older boys convinces everyone to have a revolution, where the boys take over High Pines and the girls take over Low Pines. Eventually, the revolution turns into chaos and cannot be stopped. The police find the camp and arrest the leaders of the revolution. The novel concludes with most of the leaders being released.

Winston Weyn is the main character of the novel. He has believable traits with an interesting personality. First of all, he is a born leader. Win is able to make good decisions and manage his time properly, for example, "I became the chairman of propaganda committee and the very first officer appointed by Frank Reilley." (p. 71). Next, he...

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