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Unformatted text preview: Jinal Patel Professor Guglielmotti English Composition I November 4, 2011 Take Home Test A&P 1. What is the role of Stokesie? To what extent does he serve as a foil (a character that by contrast highlights the qualities or characteristics of another character) to Sammy? Stokesie is a very important character that helps the story move forward, and gives details about Sammy’s character. He shows how different he is from Sammy, and the other cashers. Sammy’s character differs from everyone and Stokesie is the best example for this because he is older, and more mature. Stokesie doesn’t criticize customers and doesn’t judge the way they dress unlike Sammy. In the beginning of the story the Author tells us that Stokesie is 22 and married with 2 kids, and Sammy is 19. This gives us an idea that Stokesie is mature, practical, whereas Sammy is still a teenager and has child-like thoughts. Sammy’s thoughts towards the three girls differs from Stokesie a lot because Sammy has his eyes on them, and looks for good...
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