One of the main changes Kira experiences in these chapters is that she comes to the realization that she is trapped in her not so perfect community. Kira is in her room and after a long day of work is in bed, but she can't fall asleep. Kira looks around her room and sees the singers robe on her work table. Then she has a realization.
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.
Matt brought back Kira’s father (whom was told by Kira by her own guardian), which lead Kira to uncovering the truth of her dystopian society. Throughout Gathering Blue, Matt continues to work for the benefits of others with a positive effect, placing him on the highest level of Maslow’s Hierarchy. Kira’s story is filled with many characters who contribute to her own village’s mysteries and her friendships. These dynamic and static characters experience their charecter conflicts as their self evaluation and actions in vary on Maslow’s Hierarchy.
In The Color Purple written by Alice Walker dynamic characters shape the storyline. A dynamic character is a character who changes throughout a story as a result of the conflicts they encounter during their journey. A perfect example of a dynamic character is Miss Celie. Throughout her life Celie faces challenges that she conquers by standing up despite her fears. Regardless of her oppression she takes a stand and changes her fate.
A dynamic character is a literary or dramatic character who undergoes an important inner change, as a change in personality or attitude. In the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller there are many dynamic characters involved. Some of these dynamic characters include Abigail Williams whom was one of the initial accusers in the witch trails who had an affair with John Proctor, Reverend Hale whose job was to diagnose witchcraft in Salem, and John Proctor who had an affair with Abigail Williams. In my opinion, John Proctor underwent the most dramatic change in this play for the better. He changes a lot as the play progresses.
The characters in Kate Chopin’s stories are either dynamic an or static because each woman has their own personality. One of the woman’s finds her inner self after the tragic accident of her husband, the other woman just relieves the past but does not have any major change in her character. The last woman her personality came out and had to deal with temptation. Kate Chopin’s “Story of an hour” Mrs. Mallard is a dynamic character due to the fact that a transformation to her character had occurred when she found out about her husband’s death. She received the news from her sister, “great care was taken to break to her as gently as possible the news of her husband’s death” (Chopin). At first she was broken by the news when she received it. Receiving the news, she suddenly felt like her world had changed.
Tom near the beginning of the novel is portrayed as a kind person, though he might be swift to anger, he is also quite independent. Tom is more than just average or normal he shows strength, power, thoughtfulness, support and the wit or courage it takes face the next challenge. Throughout the novel Tom begins to become committed to helping his family and better their
(Deloria, 10) After this event they were forced to relocate and join the Dakota tribe, which kindly took them in after their unfortunate circumstances. This was the beginning of Blue Bird’s experience with kinship and how it shaped and affected her and her grandmother’s lives. Had the Dakota tribe not been so welcoming the two could have been presented with a much greater problem, with the potential of them not even having a place to live or belong.
Loyalty makes and breaks some of Matt's relationships. Loyalty ruins his friendship with El Patrón but also creates a friendship with Ton-Ton. Tam Lin stays loyal to Matt and shows him he cares and wants to help. These relationships are significant to Matt because they help him learn, give him a family, and save his life. Without El Patron, Ton-Ton, and Tam Lin, Matt would not be alive and where he is now.
A character that is dynamic undergoes a change throughout the story altering their personality usually for the better. Roberta changes a few times in this story. The first time we see a change in Roberta would be in a small town diner called Howard Johnsons. This is the first time Roberta and Twyla see each other since the orphanage. Twyla is working as a waitress living a normal life.
Journal 6 The story by Tom Whitecloud “Blue Winds Dancing” is about the life journey. This story is simple and easy to understand. The narrator of this story talks about the day from his home to college. As he walking down the railroad tracks he talk about peaceful he feels the snow and the forest surrounding him.
In the book I'm reading, The Pillars Of The Earth, most characters are dynamic. For example, the protagonist in the beginning of the story is Tom Builder who is a dynamic character that is usually the one to resolve central conflicts, in result, he is a changed person that started off as a beggar but has transitioned into a mason and first builder of a cathedral. However, the antagonist in the story is William Hamleigh who is a static character because his intentions to pursue Aliena and make her life miserable has never changed. As well as to have revenge on Philip who was appointed prior of Kingsbridge. William’s personality does not transform overtime and remains the person against all that is good in the story.