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Essay 2 Wexford A Portrait of EvilThe character Wexford of the book Peace Breaks Out is by no question an atypical adolescent He is different than the rest of his peers Wexford is an evil villain But as well as being evil he is also extremely bright he goes about his business very smart and without havingdo any of the dirty work He is smarter than the average teenage boy He is more mature and more prepared to face the real worldFrom the start of the book when the characters are first introduced to us it is evident that Wexford is different from the other boys When Eric Hochschwender was stating his opinion of American History most of the other boys just let him say what he wants and even though they are offended they keep it to themselves Not Wexford he ignites what will become a never-ending conflict between he and Hochschwender Wexford challenges Erics opinion and doesnt giveThese conflicts continued everyday on every issue that arose This is an example of howalways has to have his way and if he doesnt get it at first he will not give up until he does And if some one happens to be in the way of what he is trying to accomplish he will by all means necessary make sure that they do not remain there too longWexford also differs from his peers in the way that he is not very interested in athletics He would much rather be doing more along the lines of reading playing the piano or writing editorials for the school paper In other words he would rather be exercising his mind than his body This would be a problem do to the fact that every student that attended Devon was required to participate in athletics each season Although this rule had no exceptions Wexford found a way around it He told Pete Hallum and the other masters that he was
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