The Chocolate War Essay | The Chocolate War

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The Chocolate War

Summary: 'The Chocolate War' by Robert Cormier: How The Organization of the Vigils influences the school.
In this essay, I am going to wrote about the role and structure of The Vigils in Rober Cormier's `The Chocolate War.' The plot is about how freshman, Jerry Renault, starts to rebel against `The System,' where people obey the teachers and the people with power, at his new school, The Trinity School, and how everyone reacts to this.

The Vigils is a high-school mafia that operates within the school and puts pressure on teachers to give into their demands which benefits themselves. They do this by giving ordinary, non-vigils, pupils assignments to do a certain actions, such as unscrewing tables and chairs so they fall over and break. They are usually actions that people would not like to do. Disobeying The Vigils is not a great idea as they are likely to get you back, which is what Jerry does.

The Vigils have many...

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