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Unformatted text preview: Although we know little about Rawlins physical nature or his background, we know that he is tall and thin, the physical stature of a Texas cowboy. Rawlins is louder and is more expressive, than Cole, which shows another characters perspective and either stifles or instigates other courses of action for the two boys. He is also more impatient and less introspective than Cole; although less intelligent and less skilled than Cole, he is faithful (as seen when yelling at Blevins). He takes part in Cole's absolute loyalty, yet shows his own character by not following any strict moral action and lacking Coles drive to pursue his dreams....
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course ENGLISH 29573 taught by Professor Roberts during the Spring '08 term at Southern Maryland.
- Spring '08