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  • Gilgameshs Development Through Enkidu
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    Gilgamesh and Enkidu: Character Building Plot The creation of an intriguing plot must involve at least one major character whose own actions and external interactions dictate his or her development. External interactions between round characters, static characters, and environmental or supernatural activities, within the plot affect the decisions of the major character, providing the foundation for the story line to proceed. These decisions also mold the characters thoughts, values and will, the...
  • Development Of Other Characters
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    Significance of a Minor Character Minor characters are the backbones of all literary pieces of work. They can have an overall affect that can change the development of a story. These minute characters can provide further insight into the mind of the leading character (s) through their actions. In the short story "The Outcasts of Poker Flat", Uncle Billy is a diminutive character that alters the upcoming events faced by the other characters. His actions force the other characters to use an altern...
  • Esteban Trueba And Mama Elena
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    The Roles Of Domineering Heads Of Households In The House Of The Spirits And Like Water For Chocolate They are both domineering. They are both oppressive. They are both despotic. Esteban Trueba, in Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits, and Mama Elena, in Laura Esquivel's Like Water for Chocolate, are two very similar authoritarian characters in their nature and function in much the same manner. Allende's patriarch and Esquivel's matriarch assist in the development of other characters throug...
  • Okonkwo's Exile Obierika
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    Ezeudu, Obierika, and Uchendu are respected elders in their villages in the story, Things Fall Apart. Achebe uses old men in his story as a source and guide of wisdom and strength, as well as character development to Okonkwo. It reflects as the story progresses until it affects all of Umufia. Achebe first uses the wisdom of the elder, Ezendu, as he directs Okonkwo not to kill his adopted son, Ikemefuna. "That boy calls you father. Do not bear a hand in his death" (Pg. 57) he said, and it was an ...
  • Opening Scene The Main Character Lester
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    In the film, American Beauty directed by Sam Mendes, two sequences that were of significance were the opening and closing scenes. The opening scene is important as it foreshadows how the main characters will develop throughout the film. In the closing scene, the full development of characters is seen, and this development is highlighted through important events in the closing scene. In the opening sequence the main characters foreshadow how they will develop throughout the film. One way in where...
  • Harper Lee's Fluent Style Of Writing
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    It could be argued that Harper Lee has a different style of writing to other authors as she uses, minor characters to develop the identities of the major characters. She also uses this style of writing to give the scene and surroundings ore depth and emphasis, for example when Scout starts an argument with Walter Cunningham which develops into a fight due to the fact that Walter got Scout off to a bad start with the new teacher, Miss Caroline; helps us develop the identity of Scout, a tomboy, (t...
  • Two Characters
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    A Tale Of Two Cities-Character Development Essay, A Tale Of Two Cities-Character Development A Tale of Two Cities Topic: ? In a Tale of Two Cities, none of Dickens? characters show any development at all during the time span of the novel.? Do you agree? Discuss with referenc to at least two characters.? This statement cannot be totally agreed or disagreed with, as there is a substantial argument for both sides. For: Lucie Manette does not develop at all. Her kind, compassionate and submissive wa...

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