Lucy Van Pelt Character Analysis

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Lucille “Lucy” van Pelt is one of the characters in Charles Schulz’s Charlie Brown. Lucy was created on March 3, 1952, and inherited many of the traits from her predecessor, “Peppermint” Patty. She is characterized as opinionated, abrasive, and loud. She stands up for what she believes in even in the event that she is in the wrong. Her inflated ego often leads her into beating up the comic’s title character. Lucy has often stated that she is beautiful and brilliant. She is innovative when it comes to her ‘psychiatric office’ and often takes money from Charlie without giving him great advice. She often raises her voice to get her point across, and at one point she states, “Everyone is entitled to my opinion.” When she does not get her way,
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