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  1. As a rule, there are twelve primary character types that symbolize basic human motivations and represent literary archetypes. Here is a list of these example literary archetypes and their general descriptions: Lover: character guided by emotion and passion of the heart; Hero: protagonist that rises to a challenge

  2. The archetypes listed here in boldface type are just a few of the many ancient patterns that exist in human consciousness. Many additional archetypes that are closely related are mentioned in parentheses, such as Hermit (found under Mystic), Therapist (under Healer), or Pirate (under Rebel). Please read through the entire list, looking at all theMORE »

  3. William Shakespeare was indisputably among the top English-language poets and playwrights of all time. He was born in the village of Stratford-upon-Avon in April 1564 and died there in April 1616. His surviving body of work includes 38 plays, 154 sonnets and two narrative poems, the majority of which he penned between 1589 and 1613.

  4. Similarly, Michiko Kakutani in The New York Times writes, "Mr. Booker evaluates works of art on the basis of how closely they adhere to the archetypes he has so laboriously described; the ones that deviate from those classic patterns are dismissed as flawed or perverse – symptoms of what has gone wrong with modern art and the modern world."

  5. Apr 18, 2016 · The 1623 First Folio was the first collection of Shakespeare’s plays. Photograph: Sang Tan/AP. Shakespeare was a writer who always seemed to be able to do what he wanted with the language ...

  6. Rin Tohsaka (Fate/stay night) Cyberdoll Kei (Hand Maid May) Gaeun Lee (The Haunted House/Shinbi Apartment) Azazel (Highschool DxD) Ajuka Beelzebub (Highschool DxD) Nebiros Clan (Highschool DxD) Meruem (Hunter X Hunter) Hisoka Morow (Hunter X Hunter) Tabane Shinonono (Infinite Stratos) Pillar Men (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Battle Tendency)

  7. Dec 18, 2019 · Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act 3, Scene Two. A great piece for beginning actors of any gender (usually played by a male actor, though nothing in the text designates the character as male or ...

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