As soon as Romeo realized that Juliet was a Capulet, he wanted her even more. Romeo was purely being driven by greed. However, Romeo is not the only one at fault. Juliet was especially greedy. Capulet gave Juliet a wealthy, handsome, generous man that wanted to marry her, but Juliet wanted more.
“I may climb perhaps to no great heights, but I will climb alone.” The character Cyrano can be described as many different things, from being an uncomfortable man to look at, to being a hopeless romantic. In Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, Edmond displays Cyrano as heroic because he is superior to other characters, extremely witty, and a romantic idealist. Cyrano is extremely witty. He comes off as the cool guy, the one that doesn’t let anything bother him, but in reality he has his own flaws just like everyone else.
(95) The stereotype that handsome confident boys will score more girls may be true, but sometimes in the end it doesn’t pay off. In Vic's case, in the end he goes up stairs with Stella only to end up crying over something traumatic that happened with
’‘That little slanty-eyed butt-wiggler?’” ( ). He shows that he is loyal to old friends and also willing to be friends with new people at the same time. Although he shows these traits, he doesn’t realize that he has friends. He is finally convinced when Alai says to him, “‘Always my friend, always the best of my friends,’” ( ).
Last but not least, Dallas or 'Dally ' Winston. He is a typical bad boy in the novel, and most young adults or girls like guys like him because he 's wild and very flirtatious. He 's a tuff guy with a lot of pent up anger, but he rarely takes it out on his buddies unless they made him angry. People may like other characters in The Outsiders, but these three boys seemed to be liked the most for their different personalities. Readers love these characters in this book that the author writes about though, even if they aren 't listed above.
When Gatsby talks about his relationship with Daisy and why he liked her so much he says “It excited him too that many men had already loved Daisy--it increased her value in his eyes” (Fitzgerald 149). Gatsby may have liked Daisy to a certain extent but when he saw other men with her he realized that if he could have her they would all be jealous and or respect him more. When Gatsby couldn’t have her he made it his goal to get her anyway he could. Gatsby in the end only wanted Daisy because she represented something he wasn’t able to obtain, like all other things in his life. This idea that having either multiple women or one that no one else could have it shown in the actions of Benny McClenahan.
For example, while Brother and Doodle start telling lies, Brother realizes that, “yes, I must admit it. Doodle could beat me at lying” (559). Most people want to be better then someone else, but Brother didn’t need to think twice about who could lie better, and Brother happily accepts the fact that Doodle is better than him at that. Brother is a pleasurable and honest sibling. with love and respect, Brother thought that, “Doodle was just about the craziest brother a boy ever had… like someone you meet in your dreams” (555).
Christian loves Roxane, but in order to make her fall in love with him for sure, he needs the help of Cyrano. Cyrano agrees and helps Christian, because he feels Roxane will never love him, because he is ugly. The theme of Edmond Rostand’s
Characterization Round Character Round characters are characters that are well-developed and act like real people. Amir was one of these characters. Amir started out as a privileged boy who could not live up to his father’s expectations. He was jealous of Hassan and, eventually, sacrifices him to earn Baba’s favor; however, this action brings him guilt. The story shows Amir trying to redeem himself from his childish and cowardly acts of the past as he becomes more selfless and braver.
Selfishness drives you to make unorthodox decisions. In the short story, The Scarlet Ibis by James Hurst, The author uses figurative expressions and images to make clear the relationship between a handicapable kid and his brother. Brother is extremely cruel to Doodle but he still seems to love Brother notwithstanding this. Brother cruelly pushes Doodle beyond his limits because he is embarrassed by having a disabled brother and is only concerned about his own feelings. The reason Doodle loves brother is because, despite Brother's anger, Doodle wants to impress his brother, Doodle Looks up to his brother, and Doodle doesn't understand the way he was being treated.
When it is shared among two individuals, everything can seem right in the world. But love is a powerful entity as well. Its drug like effect can create envy and jealousy, irrational behavior, and it can make life miserable when it isn’t reciprocated. Esch’s growth throughout the book - from her first love, to being rejected, and to realizing that love surrounds her by way of family – shows that first love isn’t everything. Love can come from more than just a major crush on a boy.
Like the others’ he comes good
Are you guys being dicks without me?” Darcy Calloway. I don’t want this to be like some Regina George shit where I go on about the cool stuff he’s done and worship him like some God. But Darcy is quite simply the best of the best. He’s smart, athletic, attractive, charming and apparently very big down there (not my observations).
The problem with showing the viewer that Chris is this wonderful person all the time is that it’s fake. Showing the character’s his faults makes him more relatable. On top of that Chris is very intriguing on his outlooks of the life he lives adding a sort of mysterious enigma to his character. “Some readers admired the boy immensely for his courage and noble ideals; other fulminated that he was a reckless idiot, a wacko, a narcissist who perished out of arrogance and stupidity—and was undeserving of the considerable media attention he received” (Krakauer – Author’s Note).
When he was challenged by others on his way of life he loses control and does things that make him the gossiped person in town. Gives everyone a sense of awe. Gives them something to talk about. Our need for attention rules us all. We do things that we should not