Character Analysis: Tragedy Arose

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Tragedy Arose Frederick, a simple name for a complicated man. He wasn’t bulky nor was he scrawny, he had a little bit of muscle hiding behind his slightly tan skin and homely exterior. Frederick had a scraggly beard, light blue eyes and dirty blonde hair. His filthy, worn clothes had a unforgiving smell and looked as if they belonged to a man two times his size. Frederick was a curious man, his curiosity could span across the pacific ocean five times without even stretching a muscle in his brain. In addition to his curiosity Frederick was very impatient. His mood was as dark as the night sky without the moon or a single star to light it up. He wasn't like this before. In fact his mood was rather calm or even optimistic, until the night…show more content…
He knew he couldn’t stop the events too come, but he’d rather live in Hell knowing he earned the respect that was due to himself, than live in Hell without his justification of moral confidence. As Frederick approached the harp he lost sight of what was important, and decided to strategize his way past the creature/legend. When Frederick finally reached the harp he noticed the creature wasn't there, relief drifted over his body like a cool summer breeze. After the little moment of grace Frederick had a weird feeling inside of him, a strong urge to misplay the harp. Frederick knew after reading the legends that if he misplayed the harp he would be at risk for being be miserable for the rest of his life. He did not care, his curiosity overwhelmed him. The respect he owed himself fled from his mind and was replaced with greed. Frederick started to play the harp. Just as he began to play, the creature leaped out of the murky pond and tried to save Frederick, but it was too late, the tragedy…show more content…
Frederick was a pon in the simple game of chess, being that he was played by his own greed to gain the unimportant things in life that most find quite important. This unforgivable story, fortunately isn’t true for it is only a myth, teaches us valued life lessons. Treat yourself and others their correct way. Respect is of greater value than money. Finally and most importantly, reflect upon your life and try to find mistakes so in turn you’ll have learned from them and grow as a
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