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    With representation in television shows, it is often important that we, as an audience, find characters to relate to, as well as give us stories or interests that we can relate to in order for them to be considered a protagonist or as many would say the “hero”. Desna Sims, the main character of the hit TV show Claws, captures this essence perfectly throughout the show through humor and various situations that can often be relatable for some viewers. Through Desna’s behaviors and endeavors, this has

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    Meliodas is undoubtedly my favorite anime character and character of this series. I love his calm and strong personality and I've completely fallen in love with his character design. He is the main protagonist of the the Nanatsu No Taizai/Seven Deadly Sins series. He is the captain of the framed Deadly Sins and owner of a tavern named the Boar Hat. He owns a demon-splitting sword, Lostvayne, and his main magical ability is Full Counter. His closest relationship is with a young girl named Elizabeth

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    Sweetland Character

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    is the sum total of the physical, mental, emotional, and social characteristics of an individual” (dictionary.com). The personality of a character is what makes the plot happen with that character. Characters are developed by actions, appearance, speech, other character’s comments, author’s comments, and unity of character and action. The three types of characters are round, flat, and anthropomorphic. “The plot is the order in which things move and happen in a story” (Sweetland, 2016). A writer will

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    are mostly Indian because he is Indian and especially in ‘Code Talker’ the main character Ned is faced with tons of challenges, and he overcomes them. I believe that Joseph Bruchac faced these struggles growing up or as an adult. He is a very strong writer and lets you feel what the character is feeling.     I believe that when Joseph Bruchac was a younger he went through some of the same struggles that the characters in his books face. I think this because he is Indian and his writing sounds so true

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    Anthem Characters

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    Anthem In this paper, I will be talking about the book called Anthem. I will be talking about characters such as protagonists and antagonists and how some characters impacted the story. I will talk about the setting, conflicts, and plot of the story. I will also talk about literary devices such as point of view, symbolism, mood, tone, and theme. In Anthem, there are a couple of characters and some are only mentioned and some only have a few lines of dialogue. The protagonist of Anthem is

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    Do any of the characters in your book remind you of any archetypal characters (e.g., the Great Mother, the Mentor, the Trickster, the Hero)? Rex Walls (Jeannette’s dad) reminds me of the trickster. This archetypal character likes to live in the moment, and Rex definitely shows this in the book (Soulcraft). Rex is referred to as an alcoholic, and he sure is portrayed as one. Drinking alcohol is his way of escaping all his responsibilities/worries, and to just do as he pleases. The fact that he is

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    Character Comparison

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    Name Tutor Course Date Blanche De Bois versus Willy Loman Blanche Du Boise is a character in Tennesse‘s fictional plain by the title a street car named desire while Willy Loman is a fictional character in Arthurs miller play; death of a sales man. Blanche in the play street car named desire is an extremely complicated character who appears to have internal conflicts throughout the play. She appears to be from the upper class society as her name suggests and upon meeting her she appears cultured

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    has a difficult family life. His father behaves less like a parent and more like a bully, but in Marysville, Doug meets other adults who show him kindness and compassion. Name a few adult characters in Okay for Now who offer Doug guidance and instruction. What does Doug learn from them? Two adult characters in Okay For Now which offer Doug guidance and instruction are Mr. Powell and Mr.Ferris. Throughout the novel Doug views art as something less, however Mr. Powell teaches Doug how to sketch

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    Unnecessary Characters

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    think that, after season 1, every character had a little fan base. Their traits were established, we could see why and how they worked as a whole and their roles were pretty clear. Yet, season 2 changed things, and while change can be good or bad. I’m not really sure it was positive in this case. Unnecessary characters While I’ve really come to appreciate Shannon Kook, who plays Theo, and Nicole Stamp, who plays Mel; I can’t help but feeling that their characters hadn’t bring much to the table. Yes

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    Savvy Characters

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    Have you ever felt unwanted? In the book Savvy by Ingrid Law, we are able to see the characters’ lives unfold into an unforseen ending. Through the setting, plot, theme, characterization, point of view, style, presentation, and cultural/other implications, we can see the story line revealed through many means of problem solving and problem

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