chp. 7-11 BDC - Rachel Schwarz ENG 112-NF 31 March 2011...

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Rachel Schwarz ENG 112-NF 31 March 2011 Chapters 7-11 As the book delves farther into the plotline, the reader is introduced to more characters and there is more development of previous characters. Chauntacleer becomes a more round character. When referring to Chauntacleer, one passage states, “It is a lesson, how one may pass quickly from the immortal feeling of triumph to the mortal mood of grumpiness” (42). Chauntacleer is moody and temperamental. He is disturbed by seemingly common occurrences; such as the rain, his wound pain, and the comforting gestures that Chauntacleer received from the Hens. It seems that the true root of Chauntacleer’s unhappiness is not everyday annoyances, but it is Chauntacleer’s interior monologue of doubt that creates displeasure. Chauntacleer exclaims to God, “I didn’t ask for this. You, God- you bound me of body and soul to it , and you never told me…I can be only one thing around these Hens: a leader, a commander, and ever right and never wrong” (45). Chauntacleer is obviously lonely and feels pressure due to his power
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