The chosen character is Darry. This character’s perspective on life is that you must work for what you will get, and you have to appreciate what you do have because nothing should be just given to you. This is known because in the story The Outsiders the main character Pony said in page 2, “...Darrel, who we call Darry, works too long and hard to be interested in a story or drawing a picture, so I’m not like them. … But then, Darry’s gone through a lot in his twenty years, grown up too fast.” These two pieces of evidence show how Darry worked for what he has and continues to work for it.
‘’It’s not often you get female characters who don’t fit in a box’’, complained actress Rebecca Hall. Females are considered to be extremely emotional and one dimensional characters in classic literature. They point to classic pieces such as Pride and Prejudice’s character Elizabeth and The Scarlet Pimpernel characters. Though female characters can bring humor, conflict, or romance even though they are critiqued otherwise. In The Scarlet Pimpernel, the Comtesse brings happiness and a loving tone to the story while Marguerite brings the conflict and the troubling romance.
The main character Jamal Wallace in the movie “Finding Forrester” tried to blend in the commencement, but once he was given the chance he showed his true potential. Although he is feeling like he is not welcomed nor worthy of being in the situation he is now because of what friends, peers, and teachers do and say. Constant conflict with his skin tone, growing up in the Bronx, and his potential stirs up threw out the movie. William Forrester someone who came to be a great friend of Jamal's also caused him to feel dragged down as well. William foster was a man with many words, who also kept to himself.
In every story there is an antagonist, and a protagonist. The antagonist is the hero of the story, and typically the most liked character. The protagonist on the other hand is disliked by several people. However, there are also characters that don’t fall into the antagonist category, but they also don’t fit into the protagonist category, these characters are somewhere in-between. In My Àntonia Lena Lingard is one of those characters that is not an antagonist, and she is not a protagonist, she is in between.
For my diagnosis paper I chose to do the film “Silver Linings Playbook” by Gwen Blasco and Muhammad Ihssan. I’m going to diagnose the two main characters Pat Solitano, played by Bradley Cooper, and Tiffany, played by Jennifer Lawrence. As well as Pat Solitano Sr, Pat’s father who is played by Robert De Niro. Bradley’s character is in his early to late 30’s he grew up in an Italian household, he used to be a teacher until his break down that sent him to the mental institution, and he was later divorced by his wife. Jennifer’s character is also in her early to late 30’s.
Heroes that helped change Prejudice What makes people act heroically ? For example the article “Woman who helped Anne Frank died at 100” , Miep Gies helped Anne Frank family escaped the holocaust. The article “How Jackie Robinson changed Baseball “, Jackie Robinson acted heroically because he wanted everyone to be treated the same. The article “The underground Railroad” , Harriet Tubman helped slaves escape and go to the north were they can be free.
In the Novel The Pigman by Paul Zindel. We meet Lorraine Jensen and John Conlan, two high school students at Franklin High in New York City. They both study in the same school, the same grade. They both have parents physically but not mentally, they both do not get the attention they want at home or at school but their lives change after meeting Mr. Angelo Pignati. We will elaborate on the Differences in their 1.
Charles Finch’s The Last Enchantments focuses intensely on relationships formed by the main character, Will Baker. Through Will’s interactions with the other characters and his own thoughts and feelings we get to know him extremely well. Many of the interesting relationships Finch describes are between Will and the female characters in the story. The relationships that Will has, along with what he says about himself, characterize him as a very controlling person with females.
Throughout literature, hesitant figures and people at odds with their own desires shown up often and have roused the curiosity of readers for centuries. In the play Fences by August Wilson, we are shown a character whose existence asks the question: can a person act like a vicious vandal but still do what he thinks is best for his family? Troy Maxson, the main character in Fences, is a man with an empty marriage, and a controlling and cruel relationship with his son but is still a decent man underneath it all. From the beginning, Troy and Rose didn’t have the typical happy marriage.
People have a way of censoring themselves. Erasing the existence of having a choice in testing times, and thus engage in something, they are against, in an ethical perspective. That has always been a factor in some people that commits crime. They willfully place themselves in a box, turning a blind eye to their responsibility as a citizen, and they might even complain, or remind the others of the severity of their actions, but at the end of the day, they are a part of the crime. They are unable to recognize that there is always a choice, and that they are ignoring it, maybe because they are not as righteous as they would like, or simply because it is easier to follow the flow.