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is angry like when she declared “That was not a successful intervention, Ferret Face” after he declares that the family reaction to Rose’s behavior is “something that the whole family agrees upon.” Through Violet’s eyes, we can see the Rose desperately tries to reach out to reality but realizes she is becoming a burden, and she says “don’t hate me” to her mother in an attempt to make up for what she has done wrong unintentionally.
The mother and the father are significant in the story as they present different views of how parents deal with mentally imbalanced children. One becomes too pragmatic that they become too detached with the situation, making them seem uncaring. This is significantly seen when she blatantly declares that her daughter “doesn’t need a heart to heart talk with mom, she needs a hospital.” But it is actually their shield to cover up for their fear as can be felt when she says “warrior queens…I raised warrior queens.” The other parent becomes the one attempting to shield himself from the reality of the situation. Like when the father insists that they talk more to Rose and when didn’t want to go to the woods when Rose finally killed
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Mozart is a fun loving man who believes in working as much as enjoying life at full blast; he indulges in drinking, gambling and being affectionate and intimate with women – an act that was frowned upon at his time by various members of the society. Mozart, unlike the character of Salieri, is unaware of the talent that lies within him; he does not know the path of success and that is, perhaps, what drives him to higher levels in discovering newer pieces of music.
The storyline is about the strain within the black society, and also, about how to react in an oppressive white community. My focus is about the character Lena Younger aka Mama. Lena younger, is a widow in her early sixties, who is trying by all her means to take care of her kids after her husband’s death.
To comply with the aim of the current character analysis, the two characters that would be compared and comprehensively evaluated is Sammy and Queenie. Sammie and Queenie apparently share common characteristics and traits in terms of sharing practically the same age range.
While Emily could clearly be the main character and manifesting protagonist role; Tobe, was clearly a minor character, being the servant, a mere shadow among the dark crevices of Emily Grierson’s house. Despite the disparity, both characters exemplify similar roles in terms of shying away from the townsfolk, being oblivious of what people say, passing each day of their lives in quiet solitude and secrecy, as well as being firm and resilient amidst the challenges and trials that were experienced in life.
His long-distance running skills bring him to the notice of the institution’s governor, who sees in Smith the opportunity for a public relations coup. Smith is given the chance of an early release from the Borstal if he wins the All England cup for long-distance running in a prestigious race.
To comply with the objective of the character analysis, the characters to be compared and contrasted to are Tom and Laura, in terms of manifesting predominant traits such as subservience to Amanda, their mother; perceiving to be trapped in their lives with their mother since their father left them; deemed to be deceiving, recluse and distant.
Connie is convinced that she is extra good looking and is capable of impressing any boy. She thus becomes engulfed with the notion that she is beautiful. All she wants is for others to notice that she is attractive. Her personality does not matter to her and her confidence is solely based on her perceived looks.
Juror number 8 is the most significant character of the movie as his actions and intentions finally leads to a fair trial for the young boy. The character of Juror number 8 can be characterized as a person