Analysis of Three Characters
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The paper discusses central characters from short stories by Tolstoy, Joyce, Chekhov and Faulkner and explains why they are dynamic or static characters.
From the Paper:"This essay will consider the degree to which three characters drawn from short fiction are dynamic, capable of growing and developing in the course of their respective fictional adventures. The characters are Peter Ivanovich from Tolstoy's story "The Death of Ivan Ilych", Ivan Ivanich from Anton Chekhov's "Gooseberries" and Miss Emily from William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily". Each of these characters responds to events or issues in their respective environments. It is this response which makes them dynamic rather than static. Peter Ivanovich as described..."
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