ROGER HAS A BIG ROLE IN CHAPTER 11. EXPLAIN ROGERS BEHAVIOR AND INVOLVMENT IN THIS CHAPTER ?
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In chapter 4, Roger walks a fine line between the old and new world. He has this urge to hurt things and watch them suffer. We see this in his interactions with the "Littluns". Roger throws rocks at little Henry. Roger aims to miss because the rules from the old world subconsciously stay his arm. Somewhere in his brain lies the memories of adults and reprimand. These memories, however, are fading fast leading Roger to be the true masochist that he is.By chapter 11 Roger has become the sociopath that he is. There is no psychological line from the old life stopping him. Roger feels free to hurt whoever he wants. In a frenzied delirium, Roger deliberately leans his weight on the log that Robert showed him earlier, dislodging a great rock, which begins to roll down the mountainside.