Pigeon English

by

Stephen Kelman

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Connor Green Character Analysis

Connor Green is a boy in Harri’s class who always tells lies, plays tricks, and makes vulgar jokes. At the end of the novel, he reveals that he witnessed Killa stabbing the dead boy. However, in a classic example of “the boy who cried wolf,” almost no one believes him because of his usually dishonest nature.
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Connor Green Character Timeline in Pigeon English

The timeline below shows where the character Connor Green appears in Pigeon English. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
March
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Innocence vs. Guilt Theme Icon
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...and dumb and lame all mean the same.” When Harri started at his new school, Connor Green tried to trick him into saying the sentence “I have a penis.” Harri likes... (full context)
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...puddle and is briefly worried that a nearby bird is going to poop on him. Connor Green explains that in England, it is considered good luck if a bird poops on... (full context)
April
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Connor Green once said that if a dog attacks you, you should put your finger in... (full context)
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In citizenship class, Harri and Connor draw scars on their skin with pens. Harri concludes that scars look better on white... (full context)
June
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Connor Green boasts that he’s seen Poppy’s boobs, but Harri insists that he’s lying and jealous... (full context)
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Harri walks past the church with Dean and Connor when X-Fire and Dizzy stop them. Harri keeps both feet inside the church grounds because... (full context)
July
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...has learned about the different parts of the body and their functions in science class. Connor Green makes lewd jokes, but Mr. Tomlin’s jokes are funnier. Eventually, Mr. Tomlin sends Connor... (full context)
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Connor Green boasts that he knows who killed the dead boy. He claims that he was... (full context)