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Hidden Tragic Characters: Remus Lupin

Lupin is (was, but I’m still in denial) my favorite adult character in Harry Potter. Though Snape was definitely the most intriguing character throughout the series and a brave, tragic man, I find Remus just as tragic. 533 more words


Analysis: Kylo Ren - The shadow of Luke Skywalker

While it’s almost certainly a comparison that would induce an equipment-slashing tantrum from him, there are many reasons to view Kylo Ren and his uncle as parallels to each other. 1,392 more words


Harley Quinn my kindred spirit?

I think this will make a good series of posts… character evaluations… why in the hell do I become attached to some characters… and on rare occasions before I know too much about them. 2,791 more words


Strong Female Characters: Katherine North

For those of you that don’t know, Katherine North (known as Kit) is the main character of Emma Geen’s debut novel, The Many Selves of Katherine North… 1,483 more words

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A Character Analysis of Sméagol and Gollum’s Destructive Nature

Gollum is a forgotten and broken tangle of destructive behavior. He is acknowledged by many of the characters in Tolkien’s The Hobbit and especially, The Lord of the Rings, and even more are vaguely aware of his presence, but he creeps across Middle-earth in secret, perpetually hunting in the darkness for his precious. 2,899 more words


Forgotten Soul - CHAPTER FOUR - A Halo Fanfiction

“Monsters come in many forms. You know the greatest monster of them all, Jim? Guilt.”
– Leonard “Bones” McCoy – Star Trek: The Original Series – Season 2, Episode 13 – Obsession… 3,052 more words