Final Draft - Shubhodeep Mukherji English IV AP/DE Mrs....

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Shubhodeep Mukherji English IV AP/DE Mrs. Gallegos 1B 4 October 2010 “Hunters in the Snow” Character Analysis Final Draft Tobias Wolff’s “Hunters in the Snow” reveals man’s true nature through Frank, an immoral and a socially unstable man since his loyalty is determined by whoever is ready to accept his misdeeds. At first, Frank seems to be a very stable person, but as you peel his layers, he is anything but. His adultery has left him as a social misfit who seeks pleasure in manipulating his friends in order to appease his ego in this immoral and depressing short story. Frank is portrayed to be extremely immoral. He not only commits adultery but is also a pedophile. Frank has a wife and kids, but he claims to be in love with someone as old as his kids. Frank further shows his immorality by manipulating Kenny. Kenny is freezing in the back of the truck after being shot and Frank decides to make a pit stop. His friend is in the trunk, shot and freezing, but Frank only cares about his internal
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Profeessor during the Spring '11 term at Aachen University of Applied Sciences.

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