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Brian's Return by Gary Paulsen
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Jun 12, 12

bookshelves: 2011-2012

Brian is back in Brian's Return and he is much used to the wilderness and north and does not understand much about the city or with a lot of people. He will have a hard time blending in with others because he is used to the norther aspect of life, near the woods and more isolation. I can relate to this because I have been used to things before and when I tried new things, it became hard for me to try new things. Gary Paulsen touches the reader and grabs their attention with an important theme. The search for one's inner-self is widely spread throughout the whole book. It is the wilderness, the isolation that brings Brian his true inner-self. So, we know already that Brian likes to think in the woods and that is what Brian truly does best. We could also analyze that survival in the wilderness is Brian's game, and the wilderness is where Brian can think about his future and how he wants to live.
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