Cole controls his own life by doing his own things and what he wants whenever he wants and it has lead him to banishment.#life story
Cole controls his story through the choices he makes, which start out bad, then enter into a good zone when he decides to restrain himself from spitting at the bear.
Cole is controlling the story of his life by not letting it end on the island. An example of this is on page 83 where the book says that he made a choice to live and he follows up on this by eating grass, worms, and insects in chapter 10 and eating a mouse in chapter 11.
Cole is controlling his own story by wanting to live when he gets attacked by a bear and almost dies. The author says,"He wanted to live"(Mikaelsen 83).
Cole control's his life by his actions. He is making bad choices and he wants to do what he wants to do. People say things that is good for him but he doesn't listen.
i agree many people have tried to talk to Cole Garvy has even sat down with Cole many times in this book but he doesn't listen.
Cole is controlling his life by making his own decisions, and not going by what anyone says even his parents. Every choice gets chosen by him. All his actions are made from him. When the narrator says, " Cole cornered Peter outside in the parking lot" (Mikaelson 7). That was Cole's decision on whether he should beat up Peter or not and he did.
Cole is doing anything he can to stay alive while he is on that island he's eating anything just to try to give him a little bit of energy to move around so he doesn't fall asleep and never wake up again.
Cole is controlling his story by trying to live. At first Cole never cared about anything including his self, but when he got stuck on a island Cole figured out that he wanted to live or at least not die on the ground hurt. For example, The narrator says,"he didn't want to die yet...But not now!"(Mikaelsen 83).
Cole Mathews is controlling his life because the author states that, "Now Cole felt himself slipping fast. He had struggled too long to hold on, his energy bleeding away" (Mikaelsen 97). As you can see Cole has been controlling whether he lives or dies in this part of the story and finally he starts to accept death.
Cole is handling right now is he's hungry with no shelter. He has anger problems and he cant control it. The reader says "(Hunger knotted his stomach but he ignored is craving). Right now Cole's controlling his anger because he has nothing to rage about. Consider the only one thing he might rage about is The Spirit Bear attacking him.
The narrator says, " what you quote" (Mikaelsen 10).
Cole is controlling his own life by doing what he wants or deciding if he wants to live or not.also deciding to fight Peter and the spirit bear. The author says, ''He flung the spear with all his strength, fully intending to kill''(mikaelsen65). He was ready to fight the bear and eventually trying to kill it. Another thing is that he spit at the bear. Things Cole tries doing to keeping himself alive is that in the story it says'' reluctantly he picked up the wad and returned it to his mouth''(mikaelsen85). He had nothing there to eat and he had to find something close to him because of his injury he could not move and the closest thing to eat was the insects, water filled with mud and grass.
Cole is controlling his own life by making his own decisions the author even states that, "All of his life he had squandered his choices, wallowing in revenge and self-pity, keeping himself down"(Mikaelsen 84).