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"Don't accept an evil you can change"
This is the motto, from Gatwick Matthew Patil. He grew up and lived in uptown N

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Gat characterization: "Don't accept an evil you can change" This is the motto, from Gatwick Matthew Patil. He grew up and lived in uptown New York City with his mother (p.16). Sadly, his father dies when he was only eight years old. But this led to his first visit to Beechwood Island for the summer, because his uncle Ed is the boyfriend of Bess Sinclair. Moreover, Johnny (Bess's son) and Gat are close friends. Opposite to the Sinclairs who all have white skin, blond hair and blue eyes, he has Indian heritage (p.9). Therefore, he is described as having deep brown skin, waving hair, dark eyes, a dramatic nose and a scar that laced through one eyebrow (p. 10). Since he came to the Island the three oldest Sinclair grandchildren and he were called the Liars because they we're really close and all the same age (p.7). So, he spends every summer at Beechwood Island with the Sinclair family and stays at the house Red Gate with Johnny, Will and Bess. Nevertheless because of his skin color he was even after all those years an outsider. Especially for Harris Sinclair. For him, Gat was just an allowed but unwanted guest and Gat also felt uneasy around him. Because for him, Harris is racist but...

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for Harris Gat symbolizes the subject, he willingly ignores (inequality etc) and a huge influence in Cadence thinking. Gat himself explains his feeling towards this matter with a reference to the book "Heathcliff. In Wuth eights". He states "I've betrayed him by seducing his Cathrine, his Cadence. And my penance is to become the monster he always saw in me." (p.104). This is because he and Cadence weren't only friends, but they fell in love over the years. Cadence always refers to him as "Gat, my Gat" (p.212) and stated that he is her particular person (p.13). Not only, have the two an interest in books and like to read, Gat so much that he has a list of the 100 best novels to read. He also liked chocolate and had a great influence in Cadence world view. Besides inventing imaginary worlds together (p.13) they talked about serious topics. It starts when they talked for example about believing in God. Gat after his volunteer trip to India doesn't believe anymore in God, this sparks a problem with his mother, who goes to the Methodist church but also in himself because he asked "The question [is]: how to be a good person if I don't believe anymore." (p.22). Cadence reinsures him that he is a good person because he explains the inequalities and evils in the world when they would look away. For her he is "contemplation and enthusiasm. Ambition and strong coffee" (p.10). The great influence he has on Cadence is described from herself "He is so enthusiastic, so relentlessly interested in the world, that I have trouble imagining the possibility that other people will be bored by what he's saying" (p.18). So he makes her think about her privilege. Also, he has the opinions that land shouldn't belong to people, he wants to make a changes. This reflects later in Cadence thinking about the ivory statues she talks about with her grandfather. In her mind, he could spend the money (when he sales them) to charity which Harris refuses to do. Gat not only, influence her view in the world, more precisely the evil in it, but he also cared and help her a lot. She describes that "He thought wounds needed attention" which is different from all her other family members. This furthermore shows how understanding and consultative of people he is (p.30). But all this attentiveness has the downside he himself mentioned "I politicize everything." (p.19). Because people get annoyed from his talking and won't listen to him. But not Cadence, to her everything he says is relentlessly interesting. They respect and love each other very much but Gat stopped their romantic relationship because they only see each other in the summer at Beechwood Island. So, Cadence doesn't know the whole picture, don't know how his life looks like aside from Beechwood. They we're friends again but were so close that they were a couple again at summer 15 because they do Love each other very much. All these aspects belong to the person Cadence fell deeply in love with and so it was even more tragic when he died in the fire at Clairmont summer 15. So, Gatwick Matthew Patil lived until he was 15 years old. Still Cadence viewed him as her particular person and the person she was so found of. After all, she describes him as studious and open hearted, but still an outsider in her family (p. 197). Furthermore, she remembers how he looks, how he cared for her "He wanted to know why I was bleeding" (p.212). All the positive influence he had, how she needed him, how they were in love. But he never can accomplish his goals. "He had that hungry mind, constantly turning things over, looking not for answers but for understanding. He will never satisfy his curiosity, never finish the hundred best novels ever written, never be the great man he might have been. He wanted to stop evil" (p.212). But dies, try to change things for the better with good intentions but following a horrendous plan. In the end he stays a great influence in her life, when she needed him so much and is a beautiful memory.

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Gat characterization: "Don't accept an evil you can change" This is the motto, from Gatwick Matthew Patil. He grew up and lived in uptown New York City with his mother (p.16). Sadly, his father dies when he was only eight years old. But this led to his first visit to Beechwood Island for the summer, because his uncle Ed is the boyfriend of Bess Sinclair. Moreover, Johnny (Bess's son) and Gat are close friends. Opposite to the Sinclairs who all have white skin, blond hair and blue eyes, he has Indian heritage (p.9). Therefore, he is described as having deep brown skin, waving hair, dark eyes, a dramatic nose and a scar that laced through one eyebrow (p. 10). Since he came to the Island the three oldest Sinclair grandchildren and he were called the Liars because they we're really close and all the same age (p.7). So, he spends every summer at Beechwood Island with the Sinclair family and stays at the house Red Gate with Johnny, Will and Bess. Nevertheless because of his skin color he was even after all those years an outsider. Especially for Harris Sinclair. For him, Gat was just an allowed but unwanted guest and Gat also felt uneasy around him. Because for him, Harris is racist but...

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for Harris Gat symbolizes the subject, he willingly ignores (inequality etc) and a huge influence in Cadence thinking. Gat himself explains his feeling towards this matter with a reference to the book "Heathcliff. In Wuth eights". He states "I've betrayed him by seducing his Cathrine, his Cadence. And my penance is to become the monster he always saw in me." (p.104). This is because he and Cadence weren't only friends, but they fell in love over the years. Cadence always refers to him as "Gat, my Gat" (p.212) and stated that he is her particular person (p.13). Not only, have the two an interest in books and like to read, Gat so much that he has a list of the 100 best novels to read. He also liked chocolate and had a great influence in Cadence world view. Besides inventing imaginary worlds together (p.13) they talked about serious topics. It starts when they talked for example about believing in God. Gat after his volunteer trip to India doesn't believe anymore in God, this sparks a problem with his mother, who goes to the Methodist church but also in himself because he asked "The question [is]: how to be a good person if I don't believe anymore." (p.22). Cadence reinsures him that he is a good person because he explains the inequalities and evils in the world when they would look away. For her he is "contemplation and enthusiasm. Ambition and strong coffee" (p.10). The great influence he has on Cadence is described from herself "He is so enthusiastic, so relentlessly interested in the world, that I have trouble imagining the possibility that other people will be bored by what he's saying" (p.18). So he makes her think about her privilege. Also, he has the opinions that land shouldn't belong to people, he wants to make a changes. This reflects later in Cadence thinking about the ivory statues she talks about with her grandfather. In her mind, he could spend the money (when he sales them) to charity which Harris refuses to do. Gat not only, influence her view in the world, more precisely the evil in it, but he also cared and help her a lot. She describes that "He thought wounds needed attention" which is different from all her other family members. This furthermore shows how understanding and consultative of people he is (p.30). But all this attentiveness has the downside he himself mentioned "I politicize everything." (p.19). Because people get annoyed from his talking and won't listen to him. But not Cadence, to her everything he says is relentlessly interesting. They respect and love each other very much but Gat stopped their romantic relationship because they only see each other in the summer at Beechwood Island. So, Cadence doesn't know the whole picture, don't know how his life looks like aside from Beechwood. They we're friends again but were so close that they were a couple again at summer 15 because they do Love each other very much. All these aspects belong to the person Cadence fell deeply in love with and so it was even more tragic when he died in the fire at Clairmont summer 15. So, Gatwick Matthew Patil lived until he was 15 years old. Still Cadence viewed him as her particular person and the person she was so found of. After all, she describes him as studious and open hearted, but still an outsider in her family (p. 197). Furthermore, she remembers how he looks, how he cared for her "He wanted to know why I was bleeding" (p.212). All the positive influence he had, how she needed him, how they were in love. But he never can accomplish his goals. "He had that hungry mind, constantly turning things over, looking not for answers but for understanding. He will never satisfy his curiosity, never finish the hundred best novels ever written, never be the great man he might have been. He wanted to stop evil" (p.212). But dies, try to change things for the better with good intentions but following a horrendous plan. In the end he stays a great influence in her life, when she needed him so much and is a beautiful memory.