This novels protagonist is Marguerite Johnson. She loves her family, especially her brother Bailey. She is the narrator of the story and writes about her journey through her adolescent years. This character is round, because she gets excited, confused, and depressed. This character is also dynamic, because she learns that she needs to get to know people to fully trust the no matter how close they are.
This makes her realize that her brother has problems a lot worse than she does. She can now help her brother and not worry so much about herself. She can also make some friends. In the end, Squeaky realizes that girls can be real and that can make friends. She learns some important lessons and she’s a better person by the
Before Maggie came to Lakewood the Bippies were the leading ladies at Lakewood. This was because most people were afraid of them. The author made the Buppies diction very significant because they were the top tier of the popularity rank. However when Maggie came there was a different type of imagery she portrayed which made the reader assume she was trying to hard to be noticed, but she was really trying to avoid being seen. Maggie’s clothing represented her character.
She often presents a playful good-natured impertinence that does not offend. Early in the novel she is depicted as being personally proud of her mental quickness and her acuity in judging the social behaviour and intentions of others. Of her family, Elizabeth is her father's favourite, described by him as having "something more of quickness than her sisters". In contrast, she is the least dear to her mother, especially after Elizabeth refuses a marriage proposal from Mr. Collins. Elizabeth is also often upset and embarrassed by the behaviour of her mother and of her younger sisters.
Then there is Lexi Grey she is Meredith’s half sister and she is nothing like her though. She have a few problems of her own her father is a drunk and her mother died. She is a sweet girl and does not like to give out bad news. The male doctors of this show is some what the same is many ways and also in love with one of the females doctors. Derek and Mark are in love with the Grey’s sister.
The main conflict in the story is Lin trying to fit in, a young teenage high school girl who is just trying to be accepted but her mother is making it very difficult. Her mother is very proud of her culture and she will have no shame in it unlike Lin who likes to day that she’s from Philadelphia, but she only does this so everybody else can accept her. She is willing to go far to be accepted which is not a good thing, she meets this young boy named Matt he goes over her house for a study date and they almost end up having sex, she only went along with it because she felt like in a way she has to that in the end she would possibly be accepted. This story related to the theme of power struggle because it shows what people go through in everyday life that no matter what age or how big or small the problem is they are still dilemmas that they have to over pass. Although Lin being accepted isn’t the biggest problem in the world it is still something that she has to try to get through whether if its accepting who she is or just finally finding a way to fit
Jennifer’s inspirations had been her father and mother, for they had always been good role models and were constantly laughing and inspiring her to be better. Her parents divorced when Jennifer was a mere age nine. These experiences would later prove very helpful because many actors use their life experiences to create emotions while performing. Jennifer got her first major role in a horror film called Leprechaun. She stated in a very humorous tone that she didn’t think horror movies were for her.
Angustias, the eldest of Bernarda’s daughters is the richest and seeks to obtain freedom from Bernarda’s grip. Magdalena and Amelia which are the two middle sisters have a minor voice in the play but remain submissive to Bernarda and her rule by mostly gossiping amongst themselves. A character which forms a number of the reactions throughout the play is Martirio, who may have been married off but was not due to her mother’s destructive nature. She also cares and loves Pepe el Romano, of whom Angustias is engaged and Adela having an affair. Adela is the youngest daughter and the rebel of the family.
Although both Allie and Bud struggle with their parents’ disapproval of class difference, Allie is more successful in overcoming the pressure from her parents due to her stubbornness, passion, and her mother’s ultimate understanding. In The Notebook, Allie’s stubbornness is one of her most dominant traits. Throughout the film, she is portrayed as a “rich and studious go-getter with the world at her feet” (Schrager 1). This characteristic ultimately helps Allie overcome the burden of class conflict and enables her to be truly happy with Noah. When Allie falls in love, she refuses to acknowledge the class conflict between her and Noah.
Like Cinderella Jane is a poor, unfortunate girl when growing up. Unlike Cinderella though, she was never known for her beauty; yet Mr. Rochester fell deeply in love with her. Despite the fact that she wasn’t beautiful, she had another trait that intrigued Mr. Rochester: her intelligence. When Miss Ingram was visiting Mr. Rochester for a period of time at his home entertaining him Jane notes how beautiful she is, but instead of becoming jealous she pities her. She states, “She had a fine person, many brilliant attainments; but her mind was poor, her heart barren by nature” (Brontë 1.239).