In the story hatchet, in what ways does Brian’s friends and family see him differently after going back to the city

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    They see him as a changed man (sorry that's the simplified version, I'm saving it for the explanation.


    Honestly, its been awhile since I read the book, but remember when he left, he was simply a kid going to see his parent. When they found him again, he was someone that had had to fight for every day in order to survive. At the end of the book, it talks about how he would stand in grocery stores and drool over the assortment of food, so to see your kid go from presumably begging for a candy bar at the checkout aisle to being dazed at the sight of raw meat is a gargantuan volte face.