Pride and Prejudice
The characters of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” reveal the life of England’s upper society of the second decade of the XIX century.
The misunderstanding between Elizabeth and Darcy in the first place took place due to social class differences and the prejudice existing in each of them.
Darcy’s personality has a high impact on making Elizabeth eventually intrigued and interested in him.
To Kill a Mockingbird
Each of the characters of Harper Lee’s “To kill a mockingbird” is a part of the Southern racial stereotypes.
Boo Radley represents the symbol of the nobleness and the good that exists in some people.
Atticus Finch uses himself as an example for children teaching them that justice should be pursuit no matter what.
Of Mice and Men
Each of the characters of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” is very controversial and has a deep psychological conflict inside.
George and Lennie can be viewed as father and son in John Steinbeck’s “Of mice and men”.
The characters of Khaled Hosseini’s “The Kite Runner” reveal how the life of people of the same and of two different cultures has an impact on each other.
The complicated relations between fathers and sons lead to significant consequences in the lives of the sons.