Who Am I?

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This chapter repeated everything my teachers since junior high have been ingraining in my head about character analysis; however, it caused me to evaluate my own character. I started thinking, if I was the protagonist of a story how would other characters describe me? What actions would sum up who I am? Perhaps this is me experiencing the angst of trying to discover who I am, which psychologists seem to believe occurs in adolescence or college years. As I was thinking this, I looked back through the chapter and found a quote that made me feel a little bit better, "Like ordinary human beings, fictional characters do not necessarily understand how they may be changing or why they do the things they do" (66).

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