Character Analysis Outline

Character Analysis Outline - Question How has Miss Brill...

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Question: How has Miss Brill changed/ not change at the end of the story? Thesis statement *Miss Brill’s oblivious attitude to being a lonely, societal reject changes through her interaction characters by coming to the realization at the end that she is lonely. Questions I need to answer ~How does her interaction with characters show that she is lonely? ~How is she an outcast compared to everyone? I. Introduction A. Title of story and author’s name B. What you are analyzing C. Thesis statement II. Her obliviousness to loneliness A. Watching everyone else around her 1. The couple in front of her a) She was looking at everyone else’s lives, because she doesn’t have one of her own. b) “She had really become really quite expert, she thought, at listening as though she didn’t listen, at sitting in other people’s lives just for a minute while they talked round her.” (Mansfield 246) 2. She didn’t know that she was lonely because she took pleasure in a lot of things around her III. Her obliviousness to the fact that she is a reject A.
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