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Middle School Themes

In the end, Rafe realizes he does not have to break all the rules to fit in. Rafe is content with being artistic and attending a new school that accommodates this. Personal Identity
Mrs. Stricker is the vice principle and known for enforcing rules and regulations. Rafe feels obligated to break as many of these rules as possible. Rules
When Rafe saw that his peers were laughing with him and not at him, he was motivated to break more rules and act out more in class. Peer influence
Rafe began to have feelings Jeanne. When she voiced her distaste for his game, he almost stopped playing it for her. Development of Sexual/ emotional Identity
Rafe had an imaginary friend (Leo) that pushed him to break rules because he said it would make him friends when in reality, it hurt the relationships he had. Own Perception vs. Reality
Rafe makes many choices throughout the book. These choice would be helpful and hurtful to his reputation. Choices
Rafe's step-father is a very cruel and strict man. This has caused a great deal of tension and distracts Rafe in school. Family influence and home life
Rafe breaks the rules in his school because he believes it will make him more "popular" and acquire friends. Desire to fit in
In Rafe's life, there are several figures like Mrs. Donatello and his mother that only want the best for him and push him to be just that. Inspirational Figures
Created by: wstiklickas



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