The Question and Answer section for The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Charlie thought it would be fun to have "glory days," so he'd have something to tell his children. When contemplating this issue, he realized that he might, in fact, be living his glory days. They just might no entail what he believed they should...
There are a few themes that you can consider. Check out the GradeSaver themes page below:
Discuss the epistolary format of the book. Why do you think Chbosky chose to use letters as his narrative structure? How did this structure affect the book, both in terms of the story and in terms of your reading experience? How would the book have been
Hey, sorry but your questions involve too much detail for this short-answer forum.