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summer of the monkeys

OUTLINE Topic: Jay Berry Purpose: To identify the nature of the force of the conflict which Jay Berry encounters, and indicate how they help or hinder Jay Berry the protagonist in Wilson Rawls novel Summer of the Monkeys Thesis: Before Jay Berry succeeds his goal he encounters many conflicts that both hinder and help him through his amazing adventure. I. Inner Forces A. Help- personality traits 1. Determination 2. Confidence II. B. Hinder 1. Fear 2. Over confidence III. Outer Forces A. Help- other people 1. Grandpa 2. Old Rowdy IV. B. Hinder 1. Monkeys 2. Environment SUMMER OF THE MONKEYS "It is every boys dream to own a pony and a .22" those were the exact words that motivated Jay Berry to realize his goal of catching Jimbo and the rest of the escaped circus monkeys. In Wilson Rawls novel Summer of the Monkeys Jay Berry Lee encounters many obstacles in his way of succeeding his goal. Before Jay Berry succeeds his goal, he encounters many conflicts that both hinder and help him through his amazing journey. The first inner force that helps Jay Berry along his journey is his incredible determination. Jay Berry displays his determination many times throughout the novel. For Jay Berry to succeed his goals of bringing the highly intelligent circus monkeys home he has to have a great deal of determination. He shows an example of this when he fails to succeed his first few times out, but he never gives up, and has the same motivation the next time he tries to catch the monkeys. Another inner force that helps him on his way is his confidence. For anybody to achieve a certain goal they have to feel confident about what they are trying to achieve. Jay Berry is always confident about his new scheme to catch those extraordinary circus monkeys. Jay Berry displays this when his Grandfather comes up with another brilliant idea, and he is so confident that he will catch the monkeys with the latest plot on catching the monkeys. It is very important to have confidence and to feel good about what you are doing, and Jay Berry is one of those confident people who never let a minor setback bring them down. Everyone has many goals they set for them selves, and for every goal that is made, there is always an inner forces that hinder you along your journey. Two of the inner forces that hinder Jay Berry is his fear of the monkeys and over confidence. There is not one person in the world who does not have a fear of something, whether it may be a fear of heights or snakes. After that incident with Jay Berry, Old Rowdy and the monkeys where the monkeys took it to Jay Berry and Rowdy, Jay Berry has developed a certain fear of the monkeys. This particular fear of the monkeys hinders Jay Berry slightly because of the monkeys "leader" Jimbo. Jimbo is an intimidating monkey who enjoys making a fool out of Jay Berry, Jay Berry is reluctant to get to close to Jimbo because he does not want to be made a fool of by some monkeys. The second inner force that hindered Jay Berry is his over confidence, one may not think too much confidence is a bad thing but it could turn out to be disastrous. Since Jay Berry has a great deal of confidence in catching the monkeys, it is easy for him to get too cocky. An example of this is when Jay Berry sees the monkeys drinking the alcohol and he does not think to much of it. Then in inedible happened, he got drunk off the alcohol and yet again gets made a fool by Jimbo. These are two examples that hindered Jay Berry throughout the novel and it is also a problem for many people to deal with. Everyone has outer forces that help them to succeed their goals and these are some of the many that helped Jay Berry. One of the most important outer forces that helped Jay Berry through his adventure was his Grandpa. He was always the one that Jay Berry can talk to when he needs help with his monkey catching, and like most Grandpa's he said all of the right things. Another significant thing that his Grandpa did for him was make him decide to give up his dreams and pay for daisy's crippled leg. Another outer force that Jay Berry could depend upon was his trusty dog Old Rowdy. Of course Old Rowdy can't speak but Jay Berry felt that Rowdy could really understand him and his feelings. Jay Berry felt secure telling Rowdy things and knowing know one else would find out. This was, if not the most significant outer force that helped Jay Berry along his incredible journey. Finally, there is a always is a bad thing when there's a good thing. Some of the outer forces that were aligned against Jay Berry's success was of course the monkeys, and the natural environment played a big part in hindering Jay Berry. The monkeys were the main protagonists aligned against Jay Berry. The monkeys hindered Jay Berry with their intellectual abilities and also their physical attributes. Jay Berry did not know what he was going up against when he took on the challenge of catching the escaped circus monkeys. They outsmarted Jay Berry many times making Jay Berry looking like a buffoon. Also the monkeys physical capabilities are far more superior than Jay Berry's, also you will not see Jay Berry jumping from tree to tree. Another outer force that hindered Jay Berry was the environment. The sycamore trees are much too tall for Jay Berry to climb, and the bottoms are very unstable. Summer of the Monkeys written by Wilson Rawls displays many inner and outer forces either help or hindering Jay Berry. In the end Jay Berry was struck by a surprise when the whole family got what they wished for in the magical fairy ring that Daisy found. The peak of Jay Berry's success is when he got a chance to run with Daisy through the fields, and also got his pony and .22. A lesson is to be learned from Jay Berry's wonderful experience, if you do what's best and not just what you want, you might just get both as an even greater reward.
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