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The Tiger Rising Character Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the characters Robert, Sistine and Willy, from The Tiger Rising. Describes how each one plays a mamor role in the text.
In every story the characters often play a main role. Robert Horton is a main character. Rob was a little boy who lives with his father in a motel called Kentucky Star. They moved from Jacksonville to Lister. His mother died six months ago and that makes him and his father said. They never spoke about her, and it was forbidden for Rob to cry. Rob had a rash so he needed medicine for his itchy legs. If he was crying, his father hit him. In school he was in grade six. Rob was a very shy boy; he didn't speak much. He was more a kind thinker living in his own fantasy world. Two boys called Threemanger brothers treated Rob badly. But he didn't care. He couldn't handle the death of his mother. Rob didn't know what real friends are. In school nobody talked with him. But...

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