The Games Do Count - Robin Williams Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Robin Williams Summary and Analysis

Robin Williams was a small child, who was often tortured by the older, bigger kids. When Robin discovered wrestling, he finally found a way he could fight back against all those bullies. Wrestling turned Robin's life around, giving him confidence, along with muscles. Robin turned to track when he got older, finding success in the endurance the sport taught him. Robin learned how to be a member of a team and how endurance could really help his later career.

Robin Williams learned confidence from sports, touching on a theme of the book, teaching him how to be more confident even as a small child, who was often picked on by the older, bigger boys. Robin also learned how endurance could help him, even in his career as a comedian as he struggles to make it through hours of stand-up...

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