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This novel is about the killing of a small adolescent troubled boy whom was labelled Mudeye because he was a real victim I think that Ned is guilty because he has made Linton Begg even weaker because he refused to hand out a friendship to Mudeye He did this because he was to good to be his friend and he didnt want to be payed out for hanging around with someone so low and not likedNed Mudeye and Goldfinger have many things in common that include the desire to be popular the lack of happiness they all are smart they are all rich Goldfinger and Mudeye both have strengths such as Mudeye being smart at writing and Goldfinger needing to get a better mark They are all good at their work and they all have problems with insecurityI think Ned could have saved Linton Begg because he could have become his friend and helped him to be more secure He also could have stopped people from hurting him mentally as well Ned didnt help Linton because had his own insecurities and was too selfish to helpThe killing of Mudeye is like a game in life and death where people are rewarded or punished This is because there is a leader of the game Goldfinger and he rewards and punishes people Goldfinger especially does this to Mudeye He punishes him to excess When he stole Mudeyes glasses he punished Mudeye by making him beg He also rewarded him into their group by making him have a joint and getting him sick The punishment to Mudeye was a reward to Goldfinger He loved to see people weaker than him He gained strength from watching them suffer The novel is largely about jealousy It is about Ned being jealous of Goldfinger because he is so good and has the best looking girl in the school and Goldfinger is followed by everyone There is even jealousy of Mudeye from
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