1. In Chapter 1, the Breeze expresses several opinions of Billy Winston. Does the Breeze seem to like Billy?
No, the Breeze does not seem to like Billy. The Breeze uses Billy for a ride to San Junipero, but he does not seem to enjoy his company. The Breeze often thinks cruel thoughts about him, and even chooses to hitchhike home instead of finding Billy for the return trip.
2. What are Billy's feelings for the Breeze?
Billy clearly idolizes the Breeze, and admires him greatly. Even through the Breeze is not often kind to him, Billy sees him as a friend and a mentor.
3. The Breeze spends much of Chapter 1 feeling sorry for himself. Do you believe the Breeze is entitled to sympathy?
The Breeze is not entitled to any sympathy. The Breeze is a drug dealer who has spent much of his life simply existing to please himself. It is his choices that make his life miserable, and his choices that cause his problems.
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