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How to Write a Character Analysis Essay
The goal of a character analysis essay is to show your instructor that you have read a given tale or novel, as well as to improve your understanding and awareness of the psychological aspects that make individuals "tick." This, in turn, can lead to an examination of your own attitudes and behaviors in comparable situations, as well as a better understanding of who or what impacts your future decisions at school, at work, or in relationships.
1.Choose a character who piques your curiosity.
The first paragraph of your essay should introduce the character, briefly describe her position in the tale, and explain why you decided to study her characteristics.
“Penny Entwhistle, a rebellious girl whose mother operates a boarding home visited by feisty ladies straight from the pages of literature, is the character I have chosen for study from Eileen Favorite's novel, ‘The Heroines.' Not only do I understand what it's like to have eccentric parents, but I'm also a voracious reader who has frequently wondered what I'd say and do if my favorite fictional characters came to life.”
2. Determine if your selected character is the protagonist (hero), antagonist (villain), supporting player (a hero or villain's sidekick), or catalyst.
I am like a teacher in the past, I know that exactly asking schoolchildren for homeworking. If this applies to literature, then I really gave such tasks. Of course, not all students performed it on their own, some requested to help saying: "just do my homework" in familiar, friends or special services. I did not punish them for this, because I understood that not all have time, but the score was significantly lower.
A catalyst character (also known as a change agent) is a figure that inspires the main character to follow a cause or goal that he may not have undertaken otherwise (for example, Spider-kind Man's uncle, who is murdered early in the tale).
3. Make a list of your character's strengths and shortcomings, as well as the defects and weaknesses he must overcome during the tale.
Remember that heroes and villains are never completely “good” or “bad.” As a result, if you decide to study the villain's personality (for example, Iago in "Othello"), make a list of the characters you'll be studying.
Identify particular influences and events that lead this individual down a road of evil if you wish to study the villain's personality (for example, Iago in "Othello").