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When I sit down to analyze this story there are a lot of ways someone could look at it For instance as a mother or a teenage boy I would look at it in a different way then I do as a female teenager When I read this story the beginning of it caught my eye when Peters parents were so strict toward him about the seeds his bedtime and watching too much TV I think that Peter wants to rebel against his parents because they dont treat him like a teenager should be treated with some boundaries but also giving him respect and trusting him to make decisions Therefore Peter feels that if he cant do much when his parents are home he will do the things that he wants to do when they arent there I feel that if his parents trusted him more he would obey them and follow their rules Peter is sitting in his living room where he really doesnt move from other than the kitchen and he starts to think of the day at school when his teacher started calling the three Peters Peter one Peter two and Peter the Great He was known as Peter the second He thought to himself that the teacher must have named the smallest boy Peter the Great to give him confidence some attention and just to kid around I think that when he started to reminisce about the time when he stood up for Peter the Great he thought that Peter the Great looked up to him and thought of himself as being superior like an older brother because his parents were unreliable In the story Peter the second is the main character who is thirteen Like most teens he was watching TV and started imagining things that had to do with his quiet neighbors fighting and the husband threatening his wife with a gun When he imagined this happening he
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