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The Chocolate War- Character Analysis

Summary: Essay provides a literary analysis of "The Chocolate War" by Robert Cormier.
"My Name is Jerry Renaults and I"m not going to sell the chocolates", Jerry says aloud in his empty apartment. Chocolates, we are talking about chocolates. What is the big deal? They are just a simple piece of candy, right? Not to the students of Trinity and the members of the Vigils. To everyone at Trinity the chocolate sale is the newest issue. The real question is, to sell or not to sell? Jerry has a big decision coming up. He has to decide between fitting in or going against the grain. In the novel The Chocolate War by Robert Cromier, the main character, Jerry Renaults, has to face the Vigil's assignment, his refusal to sell chocolate, and the consequences of daring to disturb the universe.

The first obstacle that Jerry has to overcome is the Vigil's assignment. This assignment could prove his worthiness...

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