"A Cage of Butterflies" Essay | Student Essay

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"A Cage of Butterflies"

Summary: This essay explores the idea of being different in "A Cage of Butterflies" by Brian Caswell and what he wanted to tell the reader.
In the novel, A Cage of Butterflies, by Brian Caswell, he explores many themes, the most important being the theme of `being different. I believe that Brian Caswell is very passionate about this topic and that he wants to explore what being different and an individual really means. This topic is very relevant in today's society.

Being drastically different is a burden because you will never be or feel accepted. Many of the kids at the Think-Tank had felt this way before they came to the institute when they were in the outside world and at school. On page 10, Greg says "It doesn't take long to discover what being different means...so they learned early to blend it...like Chris...he'd fake enough mistakes to keep him near the middle of the class...but they got him in the end...you just couldn't live your whole...

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