Everlasting Ivy Character Analysis

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When reading books often the reader compares themselves to the main character to relate to them or get a different perspective on a situation they've never have been in personally. In the book Everlasting, Ivy and I have different attributes that draw us apart and similarities that we can both relate to. Despite us both being the main characters of our story Ivy's story being Everlasting and my story being my life, we have many differences that can greatly show how different we really are. Many people go through situations that some don't experience, this helps people have depth to them and have different characteristics. Often family traditions and ways can play a role in the diversity of each person, this can be expressed through rich culture or just basic differences. Some people share the same personality type with other people and it is one of the things most people have in common. Furthermore, Ivy and I may be main…show more content…
Uncommonly, I get to see my family every day since I live with my parents. My family isn’t distanced, and typically doesn’t go longer than a day without seeing each other. How often a family gets to see each other links to other factors that evidently prove how different our families are. Thirdly, Ivy’s family bond isn’t extremely close, she is closest to her brother, but is more reserved when it comes to her parents. Being distanced from her family retains the ability of her being able to strengthen their relationship, therefore causing the current relationship to be weak. My bond with my family is dominantly strong, since I have the ability to communicate with them daily. The healthy relationships in my family start with my immediate family and spreads out to extended family, unlike Ivy where she doesn’t mention any connections with extended family besides her aunt. Moreover, Ivy family and my family are vastly diverse through family structure, frequent gatherings, and relationship

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