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    Character Counts Reflection There are six character count in the world, there are two that specifically remind me of myself, caring and respect. Respect is, treat others with dignity and respect, follow the Golden Rule, use manners, and be considerate to others. Caring is, be kind, forgive others, and help people in need. As one of my characters counts respect means a lot to me, it hits a big impact on my life cause, that is how my parents taught us, me and my sister, to respect people. Respect

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    to explore concepts. Meld life experiences with curiosities to create new situations. I strongly believe that as you write more and more about a character, that they begin to reveal more and more about themselves, from the standpoint that two unintentionally related traits may organically foster another by extension of themselves, in this way the characters are revealing parts of themselves to the author before the author reveals them to the reader. Johnson’s attitude of “Writing when he feels like

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    Taste of Melon: Mr. Wills Character Analysis Nov. 17 2017 In ‘The Taste of Melon’ by Borden Deal, the character of Mr. Wills is written as a round/complex character. Mr. Wills exhibits three main traits throughout the story, and those traits do not change. First is his success as a farmer, second is his emotional personality, and third is his intimidating and frightening demeanor and reputation. While it may be easy to say that Mr. Wills is a dynamic character, his core traits never change

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    Thriller analysis Common storylines Thriller is a movie genre that is largely dependent on anticipation and suspense, normally the aim of a good thriller is to keep the audience in suspense and on their toes. In thriller films the protagonist will always face a highly dangerous situation or villain this lead to a extremely intense and stressful climax. Thrillers often follow the structure of exposition, rising action, climax, falling action then resolution. The exposition is the part of the story

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    Aura: Analysis & Response Part A: Carlos Fuentes’ Aura is about a man named Felipe Montero who gets hired by an elderly woman named Consuelo Llorente to edit and review her deceased husband’s manuscripts. Later on in the story he is introduced to Sra. Llorente’s niece, Aura, and instantly falls in love with her. As the story goes on, strange events occur during Felipe’s time there with the story concluding that Aura is the embodiment of Consuelo’s young past life. Fuentes uses imagery throughout

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    Character Analysis Somethings are not always what they appear to be. People usually catch when something is advertise falsely, making it look good when it isn’t, but at a young age you have a slim chance of finding those falsely advertised places or items. Roald Dahl is the creator of the “Landlady” Where Billy Weaver finds himself spending the night with a kind, mysterious, and later obsessed with her guest. The Landlady is a sweet and friendly person when you first meet her. She lets Billy stay

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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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    Kind-Hearted: a person who is unique in which he/she does something completely different than other people, even crazy things, in order to save and help others. Have you ever noticed anyone in your life who is so special that they sparkle. Well, Ponyboy is that kind of person. Ponyboy is not only just tough and broad person, but he is also a very caring and sensitive person. Ponyboy is the definition of kind-hearted. I know this because for one, Ponyboy and Johnny saved all of the children in the

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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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    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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