Neil Perry | Dead Poets Society

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Neil Perry In Dead Poets Society

Neil Perry Dead Poets Society


Neil Perry is a character in Dead Poets Society, a 1989 American teen thrilling comedy-drama. The movie was written by Tom Schulman before being adapted to a book written by N. H. Kleinbaum. Neil in dead poets society is the main character in the movie, and as such some prevalent themes of the movie focuses on him.
 
The movie tells the story of an English teacher who is devoted to inspiring his student through his teaching of poetry and encouraging them to be extraordinary.


Which Kind Of Character is Neil Perry In Dead Poets Society?

Neil Perry's Dead Poets Society is an extrovert, passionate and popular students who attended Welton Academy and was often seen around his friends and classmates. In addition to that, Neil Perry is the leader of the Dead Poets Society, engaged in extracurricular activities, a honour student who usually demonstrated his adherence to the rules. However, despite his extrovert lifestyle and engagement with these extracurricular activities, he really didn't care much about them, as he often felt he didn't have the freedom to choose on his own.



 Despite the fact that Neil Perry would have loved to be an actor, he couldn't stand up to his father(Tom), who often times showed disregard to his emotions, dreams; pressured him to pursue a career in the medical field with threat to send him to a military school. In such instance, was when Neil was forced by his father to stop being a member of the school's newspaper editing team.

During these periods, Neil Perry's Dead Poets Society resorted to himself and appear more rigid in the presence of his father. However, while hanging out with the members of the Dead Poets Society, he acted more carefree and eccentric. While playing Puck in Henley Hall's production of Midsummer Night's Dream, Neil allowed himself to indulge in the more impish side of his personality while both acting and outside of it. He was seen to be more daring and careless. Despite that, he remained terrified of standing up to authority, namely his father, as shown when Charlie's prank almost led to the Dead Poets Society to discovered.

Sadly, Neil Perry was met with a tragic end. Following his incessant rejection of his father's harsh treatment and imposition, Neil decided to participate in the Shakespeare play. This enraged his father and made him decide to enroll in military school. Discontented and tired of his father's unending control of his freewill and decision, he decided to commit suicide. This ,Neil believed to be the only solution that could bring him freedom.

It's no denial that strained relationship existed between Tom Perry and his son, Neil Perry in  Dead Poets Society. Despite the sad ending, it appeared Tom Perry didn't take responsibility as he believed that it was John Keating corrupting Neil with his unconventional teaching methods that led to Neil's death. In response to this, the school started an investigation of Keating's beliefs, leading to Keating being fired.


The Main Message Portrayed By The Character Neil Perry: Dead Poets Society

Movies have always been regarded as a great deal and one of the most effective way of communicating to people, as well as educating them. The character Neil Perry's Dead Poets Society gives a striking review of some of the prevalent issues inherent in the relationship between parents and their children; the imposition of parents' freewill on their children, the importance of choice and freewill as it relates to human freedom. 

Through the significant phrase used by Keating, "Carpe Diem", which means "Sieze the day", it picturizes a new understanding of choices and the importance that you only live once and you should live on your own terms. This, in relation to Neil is the opposite until he decided to pursue his own dream to be an actor.

The ending of the character Neil Perry's Dead Poets Society signifies the consequences of suppression of free-will, most especially among parents and children.

Dead Poets Society fosters and encourages the supposed interaction and healthy relationship that should exist between them, and the recognition of parents to allow them to pursue their dreams and goals.

Dead Poets Society Book

The Dead Poets Society Book was written by N H Kleinbaum following the success of its original movie written by Tom Schulman. In Dead Poets Society Book, the book was considered by some to contain a lot of details that the movie blatantly lack even though it's easy to grasp a character's personality through visual imagery created by the movie.

Which One Is Better Between Dead Poets Society Movie and Dead Poets Society Book?

Although most people would have preferred the movie to the Dead Poets Society Book, however, it doesn't change the fact that gave more details that the move ever did. Instances like what happens when Knox goes into the Danbury’s house. Also, the book talks briefly about how Charlie falls in love with Ginny, how Keating and the boys walk on the night of Neil’s death and recite poetry, and how when Neil dies he has the crown of twigs on his head. These Nate some of the details left out of the movie and the differences between the movie and the books.

Hence, for the book lovers, it'll be more easier to choose the dead poets society book over the movie without having to think twice.

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