Ben- difficult, doesn't generate volleyball team, can't talk to the girl he likes, Bill tries to become a ‘man of stone', Claude- likes Kat,
Cousin Frieda- segregated from her son
Jacob- Aunt Frieda's son
Stan- went missing/ran away, police can't discover him, detentional center, was trying to build up the guts to call home, pummelled a man since was annoying him regarding not get from the phone, -grow in self assurance and self-knowledge
The most influential part of Males of Natural stone is bullying. There are many circumstances in which Ben struggled with being stressed by the university bully, Claude, which led him to make changes in his life. His struggles and experiences help accomplish determining what kind of person this individual wanted to always be. Ben was struggling psychologically and socially to make impression of his life. Once Aunt Frieda comes for the visit, Bill is less than thrilled, but when your woman shares reports of her past in Russia they develop a relationship that will alter Ben's upcoming. Aunt Frieda's husband was arrested by simply Stalin Real estate agents for declining to join the Communist party. These ‘Men of Stone' imprisoned her husband for several years and directed for their child Jacob that must be taken away and raised simply by another family members. Aunt Frieda faced the Men of Stone with silent courage and was reunited with her family. This taught Bill that non-violence isn't cowardly and that you will discover other ways to deal with his fights with Claude. But when Claude and his two followers conquer Ben subconscious, the only thing that found mind was getting payback. He used boxing and was nearly ready to provide Claude a taste of his personal medicine. He soon realized that when Claude stops finding on him he'll just start on somebody else and there will always be someone pertaining to Claude to bully. Great aunt Frieda's knowledge and patient understanding inspired Ben to modify his method of thought. Ben went through a number of situations that changed his life. The primary person who had an impact on...