Table of Contents
- 1 How would you describe Arnold?
- 2 What is Junior’s personality?
- 3 What does Arnold spirit JR look like?
- 4 Who are the characters in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian?
- 5 How does Arnold change in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian?
- 6 What does Arnold metaphorically compare his brain to?
- 7 Who are the characters in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian?
- 8 Who is Agnes Adams?
How would you describe Arnold?
Arnold himself uses “weirdo and funny” to describe himself, particularly because he was born with a condition that means that his brain is “drowning in grease” (Alexie, 2). Especially physically, Arnold is awkward. He also has a giant head and suffers from seizures (Alexie, 3). Arnold is also shy and quiet.
What is Junior’s personality?
Still, for the most part, Junior is sincere, compassionate, resilient, and persistent. When he recognizes them, he is honest about his faults with himself and readers.
Who is Arnold in The Absolutely True Diary?
Arnold Spirit Jr.
Arnold Spirit Jr. A young cartoonist and the narrator/protagonist of the novel. Junior is a 14-year-old Spokane Indian who decides to go to the mostly white high school in nearby Reardan, Washington in order to have better opportunities in life.
What does Arnold spirit JR look like?
Arnold has an enormous skull, huge hands and feet but in contrast to that his body is very skinny. He says he looks like an “vegetable”. On his head he wears thick, black und ugly glasses. Additionally, his eyes are lopsided.
Who are the characters in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian?
Junior’s DadJunior’s MomMr. PRowdy
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian/Characters
What does it mean for Arnold to be a part-time Indian?
Arnold is angry that his family is poor and stuck in a cycle of poverty. He wants to do better for himself and his family, and even though going to a white school makes him feel like he is denying some part of his heritage, he knows it is the only chance he has.
How does Arnold change in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian?
Arnold starts The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian feeling like the reservation outcast, but once he transfers to the fancy white school in Reardan, he becomes a basketball star who gets carried around on people’s shoulders.
What does Arnold metaphorically compare his brain to?
Secondly, we know that he describes himself multiple times as “weird.” Thirdly, we get a immediate sense that this kid has a very special relationship with language—he compares his brain to a French fry, he compares his brain to an engine, and he rejects these similies for the more poetic-sounding “I was born with …
Why does Arnold Spirit call himself a part time Indian?
Who are the characters in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian?
Who is Agnes Adams?
Agnes Jones Adams (1858 – April 1923) was a member of National Association of Colored Women, Social Purity Movement, and Woman’s Era Club. Adams was one of the early pioneers for the advancement of black women’s clubs….
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How did Junior’s dad and mom first meet?
Summary: Reindeer Games. Junior’s dad tells Junior how he met Junior’s mom. Junior’s mom is eight years older than Junior’s dad, and, when they were children, she lifted Junior’s dad up to get a drink from a drinking fountain. Then Coach has the kids play full-court one-on-one.