“The Crucible” character analysis Reverend Parris – is the Minister of Salem who thinks that the evil plans of the witches is to make him leave Salem. Due to this believe he actively participates in the witch trial.John Proctor – is a citizen of Salem who is dedicated to farming. At the same time is a very important character as he is the one to have an affair with Abigail Williams.Abigail Williams – is the one who actually starts the witch trials. She has a love affair with John Proctor. She is the one who threatens the other girls and accuses the wrong people of being witches. She has a strong influence on the group of girls around her.
Pride and Prejudice
“Pride and Prejudice” character analysis Elizabeth Bennet – is an unmarried witty young lady coming out of a family with five daughters. Elizabeth is fond of discovering the real traits of the people’s personalities. Being full of prejudice she first dislikes the proud looking Mr. Darcy and by the end of the novel she discovers the real personality of Mr. Darcy and falls in love with him.
“The Kite Runner” character analysis Amir – is the narrator of the novel telling the story of his life. The destiny of a Sunni Muslim and his relation with his father and his surroundings make the reader feel compassion. Amir’s relations with his father are very complicated and strongly influence the formation of his personality. This conflict is taken by Amir throughout his lifetime.
Death of a Salesman
“Death of a salesman” character analysis Willy Loman – is the tragic hero of the play. Being salesman did not lead him to the realization of his dreams and expectations in life. He finds himself tired of this job but unable to find a way for pay the bills. As a salesman throughout his whole life he considers the trait of being liked by other people to one of the most important qualities in life a man can have. Willy thinks if he was more “likable” he would have been more successful in his profession and would achieve much more in his life.
To Kill a Mockingbird
“To kill a mockingbird” character analysis Atticus Finch – is a widower with two children and lawyer of a small town of Maycomb who results representing an African American man Tom Robinson accused of raping and killing a white girl. Atticus Finch Scout (Jean Louise Finch) – is Atticus’ daughter. The novel describes three years of life of the girl and the dramatic changed in her perception of life which occur due to the tragic events she observes. Scout is a rebel and a tomboy. As she tells the story she forms a picture of human nature and its evilness.
The Great Gatsby
“The Great Gatsby” character analysis Nick Carraway – is the narrator of the story. He is an educated Yale graduate and a man who has passed through the World War. As Nick moves to West Egg he turns out to be Gatsby's next-door neighbor and he finds himself in the center of tragic events as he reunites his cousin Daisy with Gatsby.Experiencing disillusionment Gatsby moves away trying to forget how people treat each other and their lives thinking only about money and fun.
“Jane Eyre” character analysis Jane Eyre – is an orphan girl who throughout her childhood faces cruelty, humiliation and isolation. She is not really needed by anyone and is very afraid not “to belong” to a place but be true to her principles and sense of dignity. Jane is searching for justice and only her faith helps her to overcome all the obstacles in her life. Jane becomes independent first from Mrs. Reed, then from Lowood School, then from Rochester not agreeing to be his mistress and not his wife and frees herself from marrying her cousin.
"Frankenstein" character analysis. Viktor Frankenstein – is a man of science who decides to implement his ambitious plan to create a living human form of life but once he realizes his intentions he panics. Viktor realizes that he is afraid and depressed as he does not know what to do with this creature and he rejects his own creation. By doing so he starts a chain of tragic events.
Lord of the Flies
“Lord of the flies” character analysis Ralph – becomes the boy who is elected as the leader of the “littuns” and “biguns”. The major reason he is elected is his good looks and charm and not his intellectual or physical superiority. He appeals to the boys and calls them to stay civilized and wait for rescue from the island. His “orders” have mainly a civilized domestic orientation which is undermined by Jack who decides to take over this “little” society with the help of “a piece of meat”.
Of Mice and Men
Of Mice and Men character analysis One of the outstanding traits of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” is the depth of the depicted characters which at first glance seem rather superficial and simple. Nevertheless, each of the characters of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” is very controversial and has a deep psychological conflict inside.