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One of the main points that consistently showed up is the ability of relationships to change the individual In Maestro this is illustrated by all the characters especially Paul At the beginning of the story Paul is arrogant egocentric and quite shallow as he judges people by their outward appearance instead of their true inner self Because of the time spent with Keller Paul gradually changes gradually evolves He is no longer so shallow and sees beyond Kellers shrunken and booze ruined face his missing little finger and sees him as the greatest teacher he could ever have had To Paul Keller was a teacher a friend and sometimes even a father This change in Paul shows him that first impressions are not reliable The changing of the individual also shows up with Keller after his accountings with Hitler Although the book does not state the changes point blank the reader is able to see through the little bits and pieces that Keller has really changed He used to be like Paul arrogant proud thinking he is the centre and that he is invincible However the truth has hit him hard and it was the relationship however hated and regretted that changed Keller and influenced him in his later decisions in life This also occurred in the Dead Poets Society Through the relationships and the bonds created Todd gradually evolves to a more confidant individual This was created by the friendships especially the closeness he had with Neal the mentorship relationship with Mr Keating which influenced him to change In the Third Sister the reader is shown at the start of the book that Margaret has changed from her previous self because of her experiences or rather her sisters experiences with men She has become stronger and thinks differently then she used to and has developed a more clearer and defined personality and outlook towards things However gradually throughout the book because of her relationships
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