My size is a huge part of me.”- Sabrina Carpenter Also, another reason is she doesn’t care what people think she should be. As a matter of fact, she also truly doesn’t take anything seriously. “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all.And if you do have to say it, make it really funny so I can screenshot it and save it for later.”-Sabrina Carpenter Not to mention, she is always peaceful.In that case, she is kind to the public. For instance, she is respectful, and a cheerful person.She wants each person to be joyful.To point out, she isn’t shy in front of
No one really likes anyone, and Heathcliff and Mrs. Heathcliff's relationship has a sound throughout the house. Heathcliff and Cathy see themselves as the one or maybe even the same as them . which is interesting considering how big of a deal everyone else makes about Heathcliff's differentness : his swarthy complexion and low social standing. Cathy does not care about none of the difference , her love gives them
Hester’s strong and bold personality makes the public shaming sustainable and has little effect on her. Dimmesdale’s weak nature, causing him to feel insecure and guilty, makes his punishment
He sees these objects as independent objects who doesn't depend on anything else which relates to why he has a dislike for many people and things. Holden doesn't want to be forced to transition into another stage of his live because he enjoys being a child which is why he likes the museum. The museum will forever remain unchanged because "nobody moves" (Holden), and that is how Holden views his life should
Nick Carraway the narrator and also one of the main characters in The Great Gatsby. Throughout the first two chapters we see that Nick is very different from most of the other characters in The Great Gatsby who are very shallow and do not care much about people other than themselves. Instead Nick is very tolerant of the way everyone acts and their ideals, he is also very open minded, an example of this is that even though he is disgusted by the lifestyle that the other characters live he still gives living that lifestyle a chance. Along with being tolerant and open minded, Nick is also very quiet and because of this he does not like to participate much in a lot of the events in the story, instead he watches what goes on and describes what he sees.
The creators themselves have recognized that the character has no struggles and that it generally gets boring watching him or reading about him. They try to make him struggle and make people more interested in him, but they still end up in the previous trend. That is why no matter what, Superman is the most overrated
"To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart" (Phyllis Theroux). Jane Austen’s pride and prejudice is filled with many odd and diverse characters. For instance, Mr. Collins who is a very non sensible man and he is very arrogant and pompous and has a habit of condemning others however he has the upmost respect for one person only and that is Lady Catherine de Bourgh. As well, Mrs. Gardiner who is very kind and loving to Elizabeth and Jane almost like a mother they never had to them and she also is very critical on subjects such as one’s character yet she maintains a non-biased opinion. Lastly, Mr. Darcy who is a character who’s personality has changed much throughout the course of the story with him starting out as a selfish, arrogant, and prideful man then becoming that
She is extremely tidy. She is only herself, and only keeps the “Mrs.” to avoid any unwanted male company. Mrs. Lenton does, however, seem rather lonely. She only has one friend, which almost can’t be considered a friend. The presence of the mysterious landlady, adds a lot to the story, which leads us into the next point, dealing with the suspense in the story.
Even though he is a sinner, Carton is not a malevolent person. He refuses to pursue his dream of a better life because he knows that it would bring nothing but disgrace upon Lucy, the woman whom he loves. He often visits the Manette household, always “moody and morose” while he is there (Dickens 148). He can a pleasant person when he wishes to be, but the cloud of caring for nothing, which overshadowed him with a fatal darkness, was very rarely pierced by the light within him” (Dickens 148). This quote makes it clear to the reader that Sydney does have some light inside of him, but it is hidden beneath a facade of carelessness.