The Secret History
Who is the strongest person in the novel, that's a good question? All the characters in this book have their strengths and weaknesses and all of them have played a role in the development of the story. One of the characters, Henry, acts as though he is the ringleader of the whole group but in the end he looses it more then the rest of the kids. There isn't one major character in the novel, the character feed off the energy of each other to create the interesting personalities they all had. Through out the navel the characters personalities and the events of the novel, they tare them selves apart from the inside.
Out of all the characters Henry is one of the most rational characters of the novel, his inhuman ways of being a perfectionist and his strong willed mind are probably what got the better of him. He was a calm and yet cold-hearted person, he was always able to stay calm in any situation was mostly what allowed people to think that he was the leader of the group. But in the end he didn't have it any better then the rest.
Then there was Francis, he wasn't much a strong character her was more of the sacred, lazy, and spoiled type in the novel. He cared a lot about all of his friends but he could never be strong enough for him self, he always had someone there for him. He came from a family where his mother had him when she was younger and her grand parents raised them as if they where brother and sister. Francis was always there for his friends but he didn't have much a backbone. In the novel there is a scene where Camilla gets a piece of glass in betted into her foot and Francis is right there but he cannot
bring him self to take the glass out of her foot, Henry had to do it.
Bunny in the beginning was a very interesting character; his relationship with Henry explained a lot about there characters and it was believable. He is very much like the rest of the group but he is not nearly as intelligent ad... [continues]
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