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RELATIONSHIPSCrabbe The dead poets society Throughout the novel Crabbe matures both physically and mentally with the help of characters he met specially Mary Just as we saw Charlie Neil and Todd develop with the help of MrKienny Crabbe went from physically weak to strong mentally insecure to being very emotional and from having little self-respect to being very confident Charlie at first disliked and did not trust Mr Kienny But as the story progressed Charlie started listening and learning from him when he realized that Mr Kienny was a trouble maker as he intended to be Among the three of them Charlie Neil and Todd he has the least in common with Crabbe but there are certain parts in the story that seen alike Ex Charlie sticks-up for Mr Kienny by saying that he is not to blame for the death of Neil Crabbe also stands-up for Mary by saving her from the hunters Neil is the character that has the most in common with Crabbe He liked Mary from the start as Crabbe did Mary He was the first to be affected by Mr Kienny and he was also the first to suggest the dead poets society Neil was very smart in school but probably knew very little about the outside world also like Crabbe One of the most important things Crabbe and Neil shared was Actions speak louder than words or Seize the day When Neil secretly started going down to the theater for auditions he was trying to make his life worth-while and do something that he enjoyed His father then came back from out of town to force Neil to quit acting He told Neil that he was to become a doctor and not an actor Neil then realized that he had no choice in his future Much like Crabbe Crabbes parents were leading him into a career path he didnt want to take he escaped
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