The Perks of Being a Wallflower Quotes by Stephen Chbosky
The Most Beautifully Misunderstood Dialogues From 'The Perks Of Being A Wallflower'
And I want you to know that I am both happy and sad and I'm still trying to figure out how that could be. Charlie is constantly in search of greater understanding. He wants to better understand his family, his friends, and the general society around him: he wants to know why people do the things that they do, and he wants to understand the sides of these individuals that they choose not to show to the public. Most importantly, he wants to understand himself. This quote begins the series of letters to the unnamed "friend," and it shows how Charlie is trying to come to terms with the various events in his life, both happy and sad, and to achieve a sense of reconciliation so that he can consider himself whole. The questions he is asking about himself in these simple sentences are questions that he asks about everyone around him.
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. Anyone who's gone through the troublesome, confusing time called adolescence would agree that Perks Of Being A Wallflower is a story they relate hard to. The story hits home because a lot of those tears and fears feel so real. Here are 25 quotes from Perks Of Being A Wallflower that are a guidebook for those bewildered teenage years we all have tried to make through. Please See Attachment.
You see things. You keep quiet about them. You understand. Love isn't the central idea of the film, but it takes you through what a sixteen-year-old goes through in the freshman year and how the correct intervention can make him see, that life is not a sad story. Every moment in life makes you feel alive.
One of my favorite films is the Perks of Being a Wallflower. It was a book first, written by Stephen Chbosky. He wrote the screenplay and directed the film as well, which is why the film so closely follows the book unlike most book to movie adaptations. The film follows Charlie, a high school freshman, through his first year of high school. He starts off the year with no friends. Eventually, he finds his niche with a group of seniors from "the island of misfit toys. He keeps to himself.