ENG 102 Lesson 4 Character Analysis Plan

ENG 102 Lesson 4 Character Analysis Plan - ENG 102...

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ENG 102 Character Analysis Plan 1. I chose Dan Brown’s Digital Fortress mainly because I am extremely interested in government agencies and code-breaking. The idea of working for a government agency, especially one as secretive as the NSA ( National Security Agency) is thrilling to anyone who may have a slight interest in almost any educational field, me personally; the psychological and interpretation aspects of the job. This book keeps readers on the edge of their seats by leaving almost every chapter as a cliff hanger. The other aspect of the book that I enjoyed was the constant jumping from scene to scene, chapter by chapter. The character that stood out to me the most was Commander Trevor Strathmore. I wish there was some type of way to throw myself into the book to get to know this character more. Strathmore was a very well received character by all. He had a sense of pride and ambition, but what brought respect and admiration to him from his fellow employees, was his uncanny way of keeping cool in the most stressful of situations. In the end, when the truth was revealed, his marriage had ended; it literally blew up in his face. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course ENG 41694 taught by Professor Snyder during the Spring '11 term at Rio Salado.

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