Characters Essay Topics

The characters

Harry Burns: A complete slob and a brooding pessimist with a grim sense of humor. Sally Albright: She’s cheerful, organized, and optimistic. The set-up The two main characters, Harry Burns and Sally Albright, dislike each other immediately. She’s cheerful, organized, and optimistic. He is a complete slob and a brooding pessimist with a grim sense… View Article

Comparison and Contrast of Main Characters

Nora and Tom are the main characters of two plays, the Doll House and the Glass Menagerie respectively. In comparing and contrasting these two characters, it is vital to analyze the plays and to gain and understanding of their personalities and relationships with other people. Nora is the wife of Torvald, and their marriage is… View Article

The movie “The Crucible”

The movie The Crucible was made in 1996, its main characters are John Proctor, Elizabeth Proctor, Abigail Williams, Reverend John Hale, and Judge Danforth. Early in the year 1692, in the small Massachusetts village of Salem, a collection of girls fell ill, falling victim to hallucinations and seizures. New England’s Puritans extreme involvement with religion… View Article

”The Piece of String” by Guy de Maupassant

I. Analysis of Elements A. Characters The story’s two major characters are both considered as a stereotype character. Their roles were easily known as the author clearly discussed their parts and physiognomies in the story. The story’s protagonist is Maître Hauchecome. He was wrongly accused for stealing a pocketbook with five hundred francs and some… View Article

Ateneo Entrance Exam Essay

“I am pretty unextraordinary.” – Hazel Grace Lancaster (The Fault in Our Stars by John Green) This little line from one of my favorite books helped me start my journey of self-discovery. Before, I really did consider myself as someone very unextraordinary. To the world, I’m just an average girl that nobody will ever notice…. View Article

Wind by Ted Hughes analysis

Hughes’s opening line is sculpted in such a way that it gives the reader an abundance of sensations. The poet achieves amazing efficiency in the line “far out at sea all night” in that the reader is exposed to distance, time and environment. The metaphor of the house being “out at sea” projects the image… View Article