The Pigman Essay | Book Review of "Pigman"

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Book Review of "Pigman"

Summary: In Paul Zindel "Pigman," two friends have a such as strong bond with each other they learn that they just might be more then just friends.
Stories always have a protagonist and an antagonist. The protagonist in this story is Mr. Angelo Pignati(The Pigman) and the antagonists are John Colan and Larraine Jensen.

The Pigman was nicknamed this because his last name was Pignati and he had a great collection of glass pigs.

John is a charming young fellow who always causes trouble. He is tall, has brown hair and very big eyes. He was really bored with school and used to bomb bathrooms. His nickname was the bathroom bomber at school. In his career of being the bathroom bomber, he bombed the bathroom 23 times and never got caught. He then changed to the fruit roller and used to make the student roll undernourshered apples when a substitue is talking. He smokes, drinks, and is not very compassionate. His parents never understand him. They are really old so he nick named...

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