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In the book Frankly Frankie by Rony Robinson the main character Frankie undergoes many changes throughout the course of the book In the beginning he is a very negative and angry boy who blames his mother for his parents divorce he also seems to be in denial about his parents divorce However at the end of the book Frankie becomes more independent and reasonable he stops blaming his mother and accepts his parents divorce When we the readers first start reading the book Frankie comes across as angry and negative always looking at the bad side of things One example of his negativity in the way that when he goes for walks through the woods he always comments on the dead animals Saw a dead rabbit while shaking Tina through the roughest bit of the woods to try and get her to sleep the night before last This is something that happens throughout the book Frankie talking about the defunct quadrupeds Frankie has trouble adjusting to and acknowledging his new home school and companions An example of his rejection of his new surroundings is in the way he acts at school First of all he refuse to wear the schools uniform and continues to wear his London school uniform He also does not make an effort to get to know or try to like his teachers and classmates describing them using semi-derogatory terms such as bottle green kids All these thrity bottle-green kids are doing their verbs down their blocked northern noses He also calls the teacher The way that he uses funny accents or pretends to be stupid around the teachers is another way in which he shows his annoyance at being at this school An example of this is when he speaks in a cockney accent to the special teacher Aint got no problems and Whats vis adult essence ven are examples of the way he speaks These examples all show how
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