Neil gets the lead in the school play and totally rocks it, to the cheers of his fellow DPS members and the rest of the audience. Then, Neil receives a letter that says he got the part of Puck in the play. Nolan paddles Charlie to coerce him into revealing who else is in the Dead Poets Society, but he resists.
Keating, Neil Perry and the other boys, Todd Anderson comes out of his shell and his communication improves. Todd's mood is instantly improved. However Mr. But that doesn't mean they didn't learn anything. Meeks and Pitts are minor characters, but part of the Dead Poets Society. But when the group gets to Mr.
Nevertheless, his character is expanding and his feels a responsibility to stand up for Keating and this ultimately triumphs over his personal fears.
He suffers from low self-esteem brought on by the outstanding academic performance of his older brother, Jeffrey, who was also a student at Welton. Nevertheless, Mr Keating tries to appeal to the boys' individualism, and bring out their creative qualities, making them see and understand the world in a new light.
Just what Todd needed to hear!