Chapter 9 Character Captain

Chapter 9 Character Captain

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Chapter 9 Character Captain Louis Hot-head (pg. 85, last paragraph) Louis is said to be a hot head by monsieur Dauphin and has a very big anger problem. Louis is usually angry when new settlers start to homestead on Métis land. (pg. 93, last paragraph) his anger in this page starts to build a lot against Albert and his other companions. This is an example of how fast Louis gets mad at others A ngry (pg. 94) In this whole page he is very angry and the conflict was starting to get out off hand. Louis points the gun at Albert and tells every body to get out of the Métis land. He was so mad that he started blaming Jamie and the Bains family. Gentle (pg.54, second-last paragraph) He wasn’t very gentle in Chapter nine at all. He was most of the times angry. However, this proves to everybody that even deep down in Louis there is still loving and kindness. In this paragraph, he talks to Meg in a gentle and calm way. He isn’t mad at them at all and for once he put aside the conflict. He isn’t always angry and hot-tempered Dangerous (pg. 91, last paragraph continuing onto pg. 92) Louis is dangerous because he can influence many of the Métis people to rebel against the English. For example, in this paragraph he just influenced four Métis people to bring guns and go over to Mr. Campbell and the others. If he can do that, he can do a lot more afterwards. A fighter (pg.90, last paragraph) Mr. Campbell says to Monsieur Dauphin that Louis is telling people to stop homesteading and get off their land. Louis is a fighter for that he stands up for his rights and will do anything for the Métis. He wants his land back and lives in peace. Brave (pg. 94, 10 th paragraph) Louis is brave enough to kill Albert and face the consequences of that. He would do anything for the Métis and is willing to go as far as killing. This is braveness and standing up for himself. He wants the Métis to live in peace and the English to go away. Monsieur Dauphin Angry (pg. 90, 12 th paragraph) Monsieur Dauphin got very mad at Mr. Campbell and the others for insulting Louis and insulting the Métis. That isn’t a good sign for everybody else because he is most of the times very calm and nice. It is hard to get monsieur Dauphin mad. He gets so mad he tells them to get of his land. Wise (pg.90, paragraph 12) He has lived on this specific land for decades now and is one of the oldest Métis. He should know most of the Métis problems and the most knowledge about the English and the Métis. In this paragraph, he tells Albert that the Métis have lived longer on this land than the English. If the English come on the Métis land, they must learn the Métis way of lifestyle. Calm
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course MATH 125 taught by Professor Richardgreen during the Spring '10 term at Aberystwyth University.

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Chapter 9 Character Captain

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