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Character Evaluation 1 Character Evaluation Brenda Mankins PSY 230
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Character Evaluation 2 Hannibal Lector: The Person Within
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Character Evaluation 3 The character I have chosen is Hannibal Lector for the reason the films that his character plays in is my favorite. Hannibal Lectors character portrays a highly educated, well- spoken and sophisticated doctor with a dark side. The character, Hannibal Lector was created by Thomas Harris that began with the first novel “Red Dragon” (1981) and ended with “Hannibal Rising”. (2007) In the movie “Hannibal Rising” (2007), is where his personality was formed and the young age of eight. Young Hannibal had not only witnessed both parent’s death, but also the murder and cannibalism of his younger sister, “Mishka” by Russian looters. He is later rescued and turned over to an orphanage, to which he later ran away from. When he grew up he attended medical school and this is where he plotted out revenge against those responsible for his little sister’s murder. I believe that four out of the five personality traits could apply to Hannibal Lector in one way or another; openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, and agreeableness.
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  • Spring '10
  • larrywaggal
  • Big Five personality traits, Hannibal Lecter, Red Dragon, Thomas Harris, Hannibal Lector, Dino De Laurentiis

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