Holden Caulfield lives his life as an outsider to his society, because of this any we (as a reader) find normal is a phony to him. Basically, every breathing thing in The Catcher in the Rye is a phony expect a select few, like Jane Gallagher. What is a phony to Holden and why is he obsessed with them? A phony is anyone who Holden feels is that living their authentic life, like D.B. (his older brother). Or simply anyone who fits into society norms, for example, Sally Hayes.
Mr Birling is shown as a rude and arrogant character. This is dedicated when it says “wretched girl” the adverb “wretched” implies that my Birling has no respect for Eva Smith. It refers to lower class. The term lower class illustrates people who are poor and they work under upper class people,people who are wealthy and well-bread such as Mr Birling. It also demonstrates that Mr Birling is angry because he thinks that Eva Smith is to blame for putting him in this situation.
Juror 3: He is an impulsive, humourless and extremely opinionated character whose own conflict with his own son caused him to take the case personally. Being a Controller (intuitor/judger temperament) with low emotional stability and high in competitiveness, he displayed his ‘bull’ tendency when other Jurors do not share the same opinions as him. This can be seen during the many times in the movie where he happens to have a conflict with Juror 8 over the difference in their view. This relationship of theirs is denoted by a zigzag line in the sociogram. His Type A personality clashes with majority of the Jurors as he uses
By examining the characters and their varying degrees of masculinity in the movie Fargo, we are able to see the role in which the Coen brothers stereotypically categorized the differing levels of machismo. Through the characters actions and personalities portrayed in the movie it becomes clear he exposes the differing testosterone regardless of gender. We are first introduced to Jerry - the incompetent man. He is a pathetic guy, who is bad at his job, a poor husband, lousy father and is characterized as cowardly and defenseless.
Consequently, implications arising from the Bernie Madoffs unethical behavior includes a variety of factors; including his abuse of both privilege and power as it is quite evident that Bernie Madoff by no mean demonstrated compassion and, his lack of controlling his impulses for monetary gain resulting in him losing the trust and confidence of the public, communities, corporations and political
Beowulf the Artificial Man Over the course of history, the righteous identity of masculinity has been tainted by the stereotypical profile that is governed by machoism. These stereotypes eliminate any emotions, activities, and beliefs that exhibit weakness. These stereotypes cause men to seek unrelenting physical strength, a mind of iron, and isolation. However, these are only stereotypes; a man is something much more than attempting to live their life as a masquerade. A perfect example of a man following this mockery of masculinity is the title character hailing from the epic Beowulf.
Schindler: A Hero in Disguise It is clear to anyone that has watched the movie, Schindler’s List (Spielberg), that Oskar Schindler, the main character and from which the title is derived was an opportunist. Not only was he focused on creating business opportunities for himself, but was self-indulgent, self-centered, a philanderer and took to alcohol. It is difficult to see this con man has any redeeming qualities and the initial thought are to dislike him. A complex person, with many faults, we see that he is conflicted as he dabbles in the world of evil and aligns himself with monsters to perform good deeds. The charade is not always easy, but Schindler transforms as a war profiteer to a hero of many, especially to those called “Schindler’s
They're new name is Stapelton. ->Characterisation: (First of all, he's extremely mercenary. Thats his motivation. He lives next to the Baskerville Hall and his plan is it to get all the money of Sir Baskerville. Stapleton is a unscrupulous men.
"Yeah?" Kaz says, sensing that the sentence wasn 't finished yet. "The rule being that you have to say it out loud. Make it sound nice for me and maybe it 'll be better for you," Ocelot lies through his teeth, he 's gonna make it as good as he can for Miller, there 's no way he 'd under-perform in something as crucial as this.
Money over family, money over the truth. He was deceptive and used his words, and was very manipulative when talking to Molly. He had his purpose to make money for himself, which meant keeping Josh out of a relationship, keeping Molly out of Josh 's life. He does this in the meanest of ways saying that Josh wants you but what 's better for his is for you to leave and not be with him, and if you truly care for him you will just leave. This cruel character is what Mike created and he created
Priestly depicts gender stereotypes to emphasise gender in a capitalistic, misogynistic and patriarchal society, in his play 'An Inspector Calls'. Priestly portrays women as emotional, commodified, materialistic and irresponsible to highlight the way that a misogynistic capitalist society operates. In a similar manner, Priestly presents men as arrogant, ambitious, dominant, and strong. By doing this Priestly aims to critique capitalism and the underlying implications and undercurrent of problems which capitalism brings to provoke a reaction in the audience to promote socialism. Priestly presents women as weak, emotional and irresponsible throughout the entire play by using Sheila to show the 'pink and intimate' safety bubble and facade which her family lives in.
In the novel, The Hobbit by J.J. Tolkien, Bilbo Baggins as a character grows tremendously. He goes from caring about nothing besides his cakes and tea, to opening up to a whole different world outside of the Shire. As the book begins, Bilbo is put to the task of reclaiming a place known as the Lonely Mountain by a wizard named Gandalf, after such request Bilbo states “Sorry! I don’t want any adventures, thank you”(Tolkien 4) and ultimately shows his cowardness. Throughout this journey, Bilbo changes for the best.