PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER BOOK PDF

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower Download. Four-year-old Charlie, begins to write letters to an unknown recipient about his own life. In these. Below is a summary of The Perks Of Being A Wallflower book followed by a short video. Please ensure this is the correct book summary before. Read the cult-favorite coming of age story that takes a sometimes heartbreaking, picture starring Logan Lerman and Emma Watson, The Perks of Being a Wallf.

Sign up for our monthly newsletter to also be sent a reminder after one month. Subscribe using the box in the sidebar or below the video at the bottom of this page. We are introduced to Charlie, a shy intelligent and observant lad trying to cope with the suicide of one of his best friends, Michael and the death of his aunt.

To help cope he starts writing letters of his own life to a stranger entailing the stresses of his endures. In the following year, Charlie is trying the treacherous territory of high school. The possibilities of dates and mixtapes, family drama and new friends; and the realities and pleasures of the world: Charlie is what we call a wallflower but despite his shyness, he is befriended by two seniors Patrick and his stepsister Sam.

Charlie grows fond of Sam and soon admits his feelings to her. Patrick is ganged up on by the rest of the football team. Charlie jumps in to protect his friend and ends up breaking up the fight.

As soon as things got heated he is forced to stop Sam. Memories of his molestation by the hands of his Aunt Helen flood his consciousness, Charlie suffered from PTSD of the incident and is rendered into a catatonic state forcing him to be admitted to a mental hospital.

In two months time, he is released and is met by his friends Sam and Patrick.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower contrasts between passivity and passion. Through the fictional character Charlie, Stephen Chbosky can relate a deep affectionate story that is unique, hilarious yet devastation; it will rejuvenate your spirit and cause you to reimage those loving memories of childhood, which for some reason, we always remember better than they were. Then, he put his arm on my shoulder and told me to get it out of my system before Dad came home.

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We then went to eat french fries at McDonald's and he taught me how to play pinball. He even made a joke that because of me he got to skip an afternoon of school and asked me if I wanted to help him work on his Camaro. I guess I was pretty messy because he never let me work on his Camaro before. At the guidance counselor sessions, they asked the few of us who actually liked Michael to say a few words.

I think they were afraid that some of us would try to kill ourselves or something because they looked very tense and one of them kept touching his beard. Bridget who is crazy said that sometimes she thought about suicide when commercials come on during TV. She was sincere and this puzzled the guidance counselors. Carl who is nice to everyone said that he felt very sad, but could never kill himself because it is a sin. This one guidance counselor went through the whole group and finally came to me.

As much as I feel sad, I think that not knowing is what really bothers me. Especially in that office because I was crying still.

I never did stop crying. The counselor said that he suspected that Michael had "problems at home" and didn't feel like he had anyone to talk to.

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That's maybe why he felt all alone and killed himself. Then, I started screaming at the guidance counselor that Michael could have talked to me. And I started crying even harder. He tried to calm me down by saying that he meant an adult like a teacher or a guidance counselor.

But it didn't work and eventually my brother came by the middle school in his Camaro to pick me up. For the rest of the school year, the teachers treated me different and gave me better grades even though I didn't get any smarter.

To tell you the truth, I think I made them all nervous. Michael's funeral was strange because his father didn't cry.

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And three months later he left Michael's mom. At least according to Dave at lunchtime. I think about it sometimes. I wonder what went on in Michael's house around dinner and TV shows.

Michael never left a note or at least his parents didn't let anyone see it. Maybe it was "problems at home.

It might make me miss him more clearly. It might have made sad sense.

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One thing I do know is that it makes me wonder if I have "problems at home" but it seems to me that a lot of other people have it a lot worse. Like when my sister's first boyfriend started going around with another girl and my sister cried for the whole weekend. My dad said, "There are other people who have it a lot worse. And that was that. A month later, my sister met another boy and started playing happy records again.

And my dad kept working. And my mom kept sweeping. And my brother kept fixing his Camaro.

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That is, until he left for college at the beginning of the summer. He's playing football for Penn State but he needed the summer to get his grades right to play football. I don't think that there is a favorite kid in our family.

There are three of us and I am the youngest. My brother is the oldest. He is a very good football player and likes his car. My sister is very pretty and mean to boys and she is in the middle. I get straight A's now like my sister and that is why they leave me alone.

My mom cries a lot during TV programs. My dad works a lot and is an honest man. My Aunt Helen used to say that my dad was going to be too proud to have a midlife crisis. It took me until around now to understand what she meant by that because he just turned forty and nothing has changed. My Aunt Helen was my favorite person in the whole world.

She was my mom's sister. She got straight A's when she was a teenager and she used to give me books to read. My father said that the books were a little too old for me, but I liked them so he just shrugged and let me read.

My Aunt Helen lived with the family for the last few years of her life because something very bad happened to her. Nobody would tell me what happened then even though I always wanted to know.Then, he put his arm on my shoulder and told me to get it out of my system before Dad came home. That's true. And my brother kept fixing his Camaro. I would tell you his position, but like I said, I would like to be anonymous to you. Michael's funeral was strange because his father didn't cry. His mom played bridge with one of Michael's neighbors and they heard the gunshot.

And I want you to know that I am both happy and sad and I'm still trying to figure out how that could be. And maybe I should have. Charlie quickly develops a crush on Sam and later acknowledges his feelings.