Length: 1 page/ 300 Words Maximum
Even after we have forgotten the exact sequence of events in a film TV program, novel or short story, we often remember the characters vividly. Whether "a lot happens," as in a James Bond film, or there is very little action--or even very little believable action--we enjoy memorable characters. However, to examine a character is to look not only at what qualities or attributes we finally decide the character possesses but also to discover how we came to this conclusion: how do we get to know a character? For this essay, select one of the previously read (but not written about) stories and describe each of the main qualities you see in a character and how you came to discover these qualities. What was said, done, or implied in the story that brought you to your conclusion?
Again, an introduction, a thesis, persuasive skills, and correct grammar and punctuation are required.