Soul Catcher Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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The antagonist of this novel is Charles Hobuhet, or Katsuk. His madness is triggered by a tragic event in his family and his pride in his Native American heritage. Outline Charles's decline into insanity and his devolution into Katsuk, including the triggering factor and specific examples of his devolution from the text.

The antagonist of this novel is Charles Hobuhet, or Katsuk. His madness is triggered by a tragic event in his family and his pride in his Native American heritage. Outline Charles's decline into insanity and his devolution into Katsuk, including the triggering factor and specific examples of his devolution from the text.

David's character begins as an innocent, privileged boy excited about his opportunity to go to camp. By the end, he reminds one of a jaded, confused adult with too much on his shoulders. Outline David's changes step by step throughout the novel, culminating in the role reversal where David is taking care of Katsuk. Be sure to cite examples from the novel.

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