Professor Jay Morgan was a man who was not a very loyal person whatsoever. Morgan was very untrustworthy and often made decisions that were deemed irresponsible and irrational. Aside from Morgan’s lack of good judgment he was overall a very nice person and he was a good friend to many. Harold Jenks- Harold Jenks also known as Jenks was a hardcore gangster who in his teenage years thought about nobody other than himself. As Jenks grew older he also grew wiser and realized that he could not keep up his gangster ways.
(The adventure of the speckled band) The two also differ in other ways, for example although Holmes is intellectually gifted he lacks the contact of friends, this shows him as a loner. On the other hand, Watson, being the average man, has friends and later in... ... middle of paper ... ...olmes gives us the information that Watson didn’t see and tells us the rest of the case. In my opinion, the best of the Sherlock Holmes stories is The Last Bow, this is because it is packed with suspense and tension throughout. It shows drama and suspense in different places which is why I enjoy it. Crime fiction has been developed over the years with such characters as Poirot.
He's also short tempered, as he gets agitated very easily, usually at Lennie. I think that the reason why George is so frustrated is because he has to put up with Lennie's stupidity all the time, which would make anyone frustrated. I guess you could call George friendly because he made friends with all of the people at the ranch except for Curley and his wife. He didn't make friends with them because being friends with them would cause trouble. That's a smart thing and being smart is another quality of George's personality.
He has a few friends, but even they do not seem to really like him. He is very lonely, but does not like to show it. He pretends to be fine; however he is not. He suffers from depression for many reasons, one being his brother Allie dying. He is very judgemental about everyone; even if they are completely normal, he finds something wrong with them.
Thus the poor boy is left with a cluster of memories, some good but most bad. Yet because of these memories, Holden has developed the unique ability to speak candidly (though not articulately) about the people he meets. Though he seems very skeptical about the world, he is really just bewildered. His vocabulary often makes him seem hard, but in fact he is a very weak-willed individual. Holden has no concept of pain, and often likes to see himself as a martyr for a worthy cause.
Piggy was also the most intelligent child on the island, and this intelligence is what kept him from giving in to his evil. This intelligence was also thought by Jack to be a threat. Piggy lived in fear of Jack because he knew what type of person he was and that he could not be trusted. On page 93 Piggy expresses his fears by telling Ralph, “ I'm scared of him and that is why I know him. If your scared of someone you hate him but you can't stop thinking about him.” In this it is obvious that Piggy is scared of Jack, so much so that he thinks about him constantly and now he has him figured out.
It is not all fun and games. The protagonist, Victor Joseph, has many hard aspects of his life, but throughout it all he grows mentally. His personality in the beginning of the movie is mean and despicable, he is filled with wrath, but as the movie goes on his personality grows gradually. By the ending of the movie, he was a nicer and kinder. When the movie begins, Victor is a mean guy, always picking on his cousin, Thomas Builds-the-fire, who was a very sage person, always telling stories.
Their past conflicts put a metaphorical wall between the two. The war was caused by the "Three R's": Rifts, Rivalries, and Resources. When the British retaliated against the French, a battle's flame was ignited, pulling both sides into a conflict, ending with British rule, seven years in the making. Works Cited http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/seven-years-war http://www.history.com/ this-day-in-history/the-seven-years-war-begins http://history.state.gov/milestones/1750-1775/french-indian-war http://edia.openschool.bc.ca/osbcmedia/ss09/downloadmedia/ss0943a1a001.html
The scenes were made humorous by the games they played and how excitable they were. 4. One of the actor’s performances I enjoyed was that of Sammy because he was a troublemaker. His performance was made effective by the sneaky attitude he had and the tough loud voice he used, this created the impression he had a lot of power over people and was in charge, but was never going to be punished for his actions. He only looked out for himself and seemed not to care for anybody else even his brother.
Some characters are easy to love, and others, like Joffrey Baratheon, are incredibly easy to hate. It can be difficult to talk about Joffrey without immediately wanting to write him off as one of the cruelest and worst characters ever created. Not many people stop to ask why he is the way he is. What caused him to become so mean and sadistic?