Hidden Talents Themes

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Bullies

One of the themes of this novel is bullies. The obvious illustration of this theme is Bloodbath, a young man at the school who likes to use his size to intimidate other students. Bloodbath often traps other students in the hallway and steals their money, or locks them in closets so that they will be late for class. Bloodbath also causes Flinch to break his arm when he causes the ladder he is climbing to fall out from under him. This is a dangerous act that could have caused Flinch's death, making Bloodbath not only a bully, but a dangerous criminal.

However, there are other bullies in the novel that are not as clear as Bloodbath. One of them is the main character himself, Martin Anderson. Martin is a bully because he uses his psychic ability to see the fears of those around him and he makes comments...

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