People who are dynamic change throughout a story or their life, and people who are static don’t change at all.Gathering Blue is a story about a girl named kira who lives in a dystopian society. Maslow 's Hierarchy proves this statement by the 5 sections that make it up. In Gathering Blue there are a lot of characters that are dynamic and static.
She realizes that if she was given that same option now, she would have done something different. “She remembered how she'd marveled when she'd read it, amazed that anyone would do such a thing; how – in the all-knowing arrogance of youth – she'd been certain that given the same circumstances, she would have done something different.” The loss of innocence is shown because Dina is now aware of her own “Kamikaze mission” and how the viewpoint of others around her have
But she finally realizes what life is about. “Just so, my family and Perkin and Meg and Gerd and Aelis and the barn cats and even my father are part of me, and I part of them, so even in my new life I will still be me. Mayhap I can so what I must and still be me, still survive and, please God, even thrive. I have grided my lions like a warrior from the Bible and am going forth to do battle with the enemy. He shall not find a comfortable prize he has won, this gray-eyed, sun-browned beauty.
However, this was until they discovered that their differences were actually what brought them closer, and they had more similarities than they had thought. Kimberly Willis Holt shows how Toby and Zachary have evolved as characters by learning from their past mistakes and
Characters can change a great deal throughout the course of a story. Based off of "A Good Man Is Hard to Find," we see just how much a character will change. There are many reasons for the character shift (undergoes an inner change) that are left up for our interpretation, which can be read about in The Theory Toolbox. In "A Good Man Is Hard to Find," the grandma undergoes a great deal of shifting in her character.
This dialogue shows that the character is growing/changing, or has grown/changed because: Franny does not rely on anyone to cheer her up when she feels down. She used to hang around others to gain their sympathy and love, but not anymore. Franny has learned to emotionally support herself and has changed
“The watsons go to birmingham” All kinds of people change in many different ways. Take the two main characters from the novel “The Watsons go to Birmingham” for example. Byron and kenny Watson both go through a lot of changes on the inside and out, but Byron has changed the most. In my opinion Byron changed the most because he cares about his family even more, he acts more responsible and, is a lot more understanding One of the ways Byron changes is that he cares more about his family.
He realized that his life choices weren't the best and went on a different way. These characters may have changed for better or for worst. Not only that, but each character has a no similarities to one another. It seems like the author likes to add detail personality to all his limited characters. Since, there less then ten main characters, he portrays them so differently.
Giving up all hopes he walks back to the house. Byron was yet, still comforting and protecting his family. So as you can now see, Byron has changed throughout this heart-warming, funny novel and became a totally different character. He has become a thoughtful and polite young man.
The main character did change at the end of the book because he change his ways of joining a gang. That he wanted to join a gang like his fat bum brothers were in. But, the problem was that people in the gangs didn't like Trino and threaten him. That Trino loved to read books and poets. The main character did mature while in the book because he liked school and answers question and in the being he did not like doing that because it wasn't cool.