1.1.1 The only family Kingshaw has now
is his mother, Helena Kingshaw as
his father had already died while he
was still very young.
1.1.2 Throughout the story Mrs Kingshaw
falls in love with Mr Hooper and they
decide to get married
184.108.40.206 Helena seems to be very relaxed about the
relationship between Charles Kingshaw and
220.127.116.11.1 “Charles is a changed boy…it has done
him so much good to have a companion.”‘
1.1.3 The marriage between Mr Hooper and
Mrs Kingshaw means the Kingshaw will
become an actual stepbrother to
1.2.1 Warrings is a very isolating place in the
first place as it pretty far away from the
village they are closest to.
18.104.22.168 This also leads to the feeling of isolation for
Edmund Hooper from a very young age as
he didn't see many other people.
22.214.171.124 Kingshaw has not had a father figure for
a while now because his father died
when he was young.
126.96.36.199.1 This leads to Kingshaw
only having his mother
188.8.131.52.1.1 Kingshaw was bullied when he
was younger as well leaving him in
1.2.2 A good example of when Kingshaw felt a lot isolation is when Hooper
tricked Kingshaw into going into the Red Room and locked the door behind
him, where Kingshaw was afraid of the dead moths and was violently sick
after being found by the adults
1.3.1 Throughout the Book Kingshaw is
constantly bullied by Edmund
Hooper, the son of Mr Hooper.
1.3.2 Charles Kingshaw is a boy who
does not like to retaliate against
this kind of abuse and has never
truly felt bullied before coming to
1.3.3 Even though the bullying continues for the
whole book, Kingshaw never truly fights back
and never tells on Hooper as he is too scared