PERSONALITY TRAITS IN BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S AND DEAD POETS SOCIETY

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PERSONALITY TRAITS IN BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S AND DEAD POETS SOCIETY

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1. REBELLIOUS

= showing a desire to resist authority, control or convention or not easily controlled or kept in place

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SYNONYMS :

defiant, disobedient, insubordinate , ungovernable

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Holly Golightly

Main character

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True rebel

Not the typical American woman of the 50’

Rebels agains society and things that can take away her freedom

Party-girl

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I love you: what? So love So what? No. People don't

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CHARLIE “NUWANDA” DALTON

Rebels against Welton Academy

Publishes a controversial article

Gets punished for his behaviour

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Mocks Dean Nolan

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Introvert in the begining

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TODD ANDERSON

Gains confidence

Rebels against his parents and the dean

Does not sign the testimony

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“Todd’s father stood over him, white with rage, and picked up the pen. “Sign the paper, Todd,” he ordered. Todd shook his head. “No. I won’t sign it.“ “Todd!” his mother cried out. “It’s not true! I won’t sign it.” Todd’s father grabbed the pen and tried to put it back in Todd’s hand. Nolan stood up. “That’s all right. Let him suffer the consequences,” he said. He walked around his desk to stand in front of Todd. “You think you can save Mr. Keating?” Nolan asked. “You saw it, boy, we have the signatures of all the others. But, if you don’t sign, you’re on disciplinary probation for the rest of the year. You’ll do work duty every afternoon and every weekend. And, if you set foot off campus, you’ll be expelled.” Todd’s parents and Mr. Nolan watched Todd, waiting for him to change his mind. Todd sat silent. “I won’t sign,” he said softly but firmly.”

Dead Poets Society

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2. CARING

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A caring person is someone who displays kindness and concern for others .

SYNOYMS :

kind, warm-hearted, considerate, attentive

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Holly cares about her brother Fred almost like a mother

Sacrifices herself to make a better life for him

Talks about him with love and affection

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Paul/ ”Fred”

Cares about the cat

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Is in love with Holly

Sets her free

Takes care of her

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“I was sitting by her bedside in a room that reeked of iodine and bedpans, a hospital room. She had been there since the night of her arrest. "Well, darling," she'd greeted me, as I tiptoed toward her carrying a carton of Picayune cigarettes and a wheel of new-autumn violets, "I lost the heir."

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“I had found him. It took weeks of after-work roaming through those Spanish Harlem streets, and there were many false alarms -- flashes of tigerstriped fur that, upon inspection, were not him. But one day, one cold sunshiny Sunday winter afternoon, it was.”

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John Keating- the new English teacher

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Cares about his students

Treats them all equally

Offers advice

Does not penalize but rather encourage

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Damn it, Neil, the name is Nuwanda.

Charlie protects his friends .

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THANK YOU FOR THE ATTENTION!

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