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All people have distinct personalities some may be good and some may be bad However one thing always remains constant personalities are not permanent For example if there is a person who has a bad temperament and is under the influence of a good person then their personality may change As is the situation in Walk Well My Brother by Farley Mowat The protagonist Charlie Lavery is stranded in the arctic with an Eskimo woman named Konala He picked her up in a bay on the Gulf Coast to take her to the hospital because she is very sick Charlies mean personality changes when he meets this Eskimo woman Charlie goes from being contemptuous to respectful because of Konalas kindness Initially Charlie looks upon the Eskimos land and their lifestyle scornfully Charlie is a stranger to the land below but unfortunately he lacks all safety equipment He under estimates the land Charlie thinks that the Eskimos live in a filthy manner When he first looks at Konala with revulsion he is contemptuous towards her by shaking his head and turning away and stating that she is not bad looking for a Husky From the beginning Charlie looks down upon Konala He blames her for everything that goes wrong When the plane crashes Charlie disregards Konala by calling her a bloody albatross around his neck When Konala makes fish and offers Charlie some he just rudely replies Eat it yourself you animal Despite Charlies contempt towards Konalas people and their land she is very calm and kind After persistently being ignored and yelled at by Charlie Konala still attempts to aid him Konala offers Charlie fish and he rejects it while calling her an animal She could get mad but instead she obediently disappears from the doorway Not only does she want to help him but she is also interested in him This fact is
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