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Throughout the novel Duddy proves himself as a very smart guy who has the ability to overcome any obstacles he faces Bur he is not only good in handling situations but he is also very skillful in betraying and manipulating people around him It is unfortunate that he decides to manipulate the people who truly liked him Yvette Cuckoo Kaplan and Virgil since these manipulations lead him to the final failure Duddy Kravitz starts his apprenticeship in the place where the boys grew up dirty and sad spiky also like grass beside the railroad tracks 45 From his early years Duddy starts to make rude jokes on the people in the neighborhood like Fletchers Cadets Duddy is the president of room forty-one at Fletchers Field High School It is during his years in FFH when he learns from his friends that everyone has vulnerable spots ant that these vulnerabilities of others can be used to his own advantage As the leader of the Warriors Duddy learns how to manipulate his weak friends He teaches them about stealing and smoking as they become his shield while Duddy continues to hurt not only his enemies but also innocent people who come across his path And once he starts hurting someone he will not let go until the maximum damage is done One person who really suffers from Duddy is his history teacher Mr MacPherson Duddy starts from writing hurtful comments on the board but in the end it is his phone call that kills MacPhersons wife Jenny Duddy makes his peers believe that they are also responsible for Duddys actions Were all in this together you understand 39 They think that his jokes are funny and they support him instead of telling him to stop Probably the person who emotionally suffers the most from Duddys exploitation is Yvette the girl who is ready to do anything for Duddy Duddy doesnt really love Yvette and when Cuckoo Kaplan
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