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When Dogs Cry Essay Conflict on Cameron Wolfe

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Nowadays people have many conflicts in their lives. They deal with them by facing the conflicts and not running away from them. In the text “When Dogs Cry” by Markus Zusak, about Cameron Wolfe (protagonist), who refers to himself as an underdog and he feels lonely. as he has a desire for a girl who loves him, Throughout the novel he has lots of conflict; however, at the end Cameron overcomes his conflicts. The conflicts Cameron faces is his family, Society and Himself.

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They deal with them by facing the conflicts and not running away from them. In the text “When Dogs Cry” by Markus Zusak, about Cameron Wolfe (protagonist), who refers to himself as an underdog and he feels lonely. as he has a desire for a girl who loves him, Throughout the novel he has lots of conflict; however, at the end Cameron overcomes his conflicts. The conflicts Cameron faces is his family, Society and Himself. The first conflict Cameron Wolfe has is with his family. Cameron is from the Wolfe family, which he refers to as a “wolf pack”. He said that he would bleed for anyone as quoted in the text – “I know without doubt that I’d bleed for anyone in my family.” – page 27. Cameron loves his family so much that he would die for them. His brothers, Ruben and Steven Wolfe, do not appreciat...
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