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Many people believe that life is simple They say that if you have the brains and the money you can get anywhere in life But for some people its not as easy as it seems People thinking you have it all when instead you may have nothing In fact in the novel Crabbe the author William Bell presents the main character as an irresponsible person It became apparent that Crabbe was an alcoholic and a person who blamed the world for his problems After running away to the woods to get away from all of it he had a life changing experience and his values changed First of all Crabbe was presented as an irresponsible person That is instead of talking about his problems with his parents and trying to work things out he decided to run away from home For example he didnt like the way that society was treating him and planning out his future for him He wanted to take charge of his life but he did so in an irresponsible way by running away I was sick of my life and already sick of the future that everybody had planned for me but nobody bothered to consult me about I wanted to be free to opt out of the plan But like the runner I wanted to do something that would symbolize what I thought and how I felt Bell Crabbe pg 19 This is what Crabbe was thinking before he ran away By running away he expressed his feelings in an irresponsible way because then hes leaving behind a blank without letting everyone else know how he really felt After his experience with Mary in the woods he became a responsible person The first responsible thing he did was face his parents and tell them how he really felt I want to be taken seriously Dad and to run my own life Im not invisible All my life Ive been
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