Hamlet Love And Hate Quotes

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Ten Characters You'll Love and Hate The most interesting characters in literature are often the ones who are complex and have a likeable and unlikeable side. Some readers are able to overlook a characters flaws and still love them while others end up hating a character or finding them annoying because of their personality. Here are just ten of the characters in literature that you'll either love or hate. Jaime Lannister (A Song of Ice and Fire) A Song of Ice and Fire is a series that is filled with morally ambiguous characters, but few are as divisive as Jamie Lanister. When he is introduced in the books there is very little to like about this character as he appears selfish, arrogant and cynical. His unhealthy relationship with his sister…show more content…
The way she falls so quickly and utterly for Edward can also be seen as either very romantic or very creepy. In addition, while she is considered to be confident by some others see her more as stubborn and dangerously naive. All of this combines to make Bella one divisive character who fans either love or hate. Hamlet (Hamlet) Depending on who you ask, Hamlet is either a tragic and enigmatic hero or a unstable and brooding madman. His determination to avenge the unjust murder of his father is seen by some as noble, but the way he goes about it and the manner he treats other innocent people in the process is frowned upon by others. For many readers the question in Hamlet isn't to be or not to be, but whether to love or hate his character. Amy Dunne (Gone Girl) Is Amy Dunne a strong female character who wasn't afraid to take destiny into her own hands or was she a manipulative, lying, homicidal villian? That is the question many readers of Gone Girl asked themselves after reading the book. The truth probably lies somewhere in between, but there is no doubt that Amy is not a typical protagonist and left many readers wondering whether they should be rooting for or against…show more content…
Well some readers agree with his love interest Anastasia that he is the epitome of male beauty, while others consider him to be a deeply disturbed individual. For some Christian is merely misunderstood and meeting the right woman brought out his romantic side, but others find his abusive, manipulative and controlling side a bit harder to overlook. This means that while some considering his relationship with Anastasia to be beautiful and romantic it can also be seen as abusive and controlling. Professor Snape (Harry Potter) One of the most polarizing characters in the Harry Potter series is Severus Snape who some regard as a tragic hero while others view him as being purely bitter and conniving. While some readers can appereciate his complexity, intelligence and determination, many others find him to be abusive, petty arrogent. There is also a lot of debates over whether his unrequited love for Lily was tragic or creepy. Examining all the aspects of his character would delve too deeply into spoilers, but suffice to say Snape has as many fans as he has haters. Katnis Everdeen (Hunger
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