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‘The Farmer and the Dell’ is a rhyme meant for children. I am the Cheese, by Robert Cormier, is a book meant for no one. The story begins with an odd child, Adam, riding his bike to Rutterburb, Vermont (1). Throughout the story, Adam tells his history and childhood to man called Brint in a small room like a psychiatrist’s office, which seems to be in the future compared to Adam’s bike-riding story. As Adam tells his story to Brint, he slowly remembers pieces of his earlier childhood that were unknown. The bike marathon part of the story ends up actually being part of Adam’s imagination. All of the people he meets are actually workers/patients at a mental institution where he is being interrogated by Brint. Cormier uses this confusing attempt at a story to develop Adam’s character and the style of the story.
Throughout the story, Adam develops in many ways. Cormier uses the ways Adam reacts to other people and situations to show how Ada...
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