I Am the Cheese Essay | I Am the Cheese: A Matter of Perspective

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I Am the Cheese: A Matter of Perspective

Summary: Discusses the three different perspectives of the story "I am the Cheese", by Robert Cormier. Describes how all three of our perspectives come together in the same moment of his narrow escape from his intended fate.
The story "I am the Cheese", by Robert Cormier, is told from three different perspectives that eventually come together to form the same ending. We see Adam, the main character, as he makes his bicycle journey. We also get to know Adam in his past-tense life. And we see Adam talking to a man we take to be a doctor or psychiatrist of some sort. Through our three different perspectives we learn only small pieces of the whole story at a time, and this makes it feel like a mystery that we, along with Adam, must put together and solve.

Adam Farmer is riding his bike. He is on a journey, which is, we at first believe, to see his father in a hospital. As he rides, Adam is often heard humming the tune to the song "Farmer in the Dell." He...

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