Tag Archive: characters

Boromir: The Misunderstood Hero?

“It is clear that Boromir embodied the Fallen Man; that is Man who is affected by the aftermaths of the first sin of the first people Adam and Eve in Paradise.”

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Why Do We Always Like the Bad Guys?: An Analysis of Memorable Villains

Read this analysis of why we often find ourselves sympathizing with the villains in fandom franchises, such as Darth Vader in Star Wars and Loki in the Marvel Universe.

I Am a Jedi: Luke Skywalker’s Journey of the Soul

In the original Star Wars trilogy, Luke Skywalker goes on a spiritual journey that ultimately leads to the acceptance of his Jedi heritage and redemption of his father.

Anyone: A Fan’s Review of the Classic Television Series “Emergency!”

Discover the episode when Emergency! proved it had more to offer than just well-crafted humor, characters, and drama. It had courage.

I Am with You: The Active Love of Samwise Gamgee

Rediscover the essential role that Samwise Gamgee plays in The Lord of the Rings, solely by pouring out a constant, sacrificial love to his master, Frodo Baggins.

Star Wars: Character Injustice

If you find you have a lack of appreciation for any of the following Star Wars characters, read on and remind yourself, for all their lack of dazzle or surplus of annoying attributes, they deserve at least your grudging respect!

Tolkien’s Mythic History: How Middle Earth Launched the Fantasy Genre

Enjoy this perspective on how the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy rose in popularity beginning in the 1950s, and how Jackson’s films brought these lingual-and-history inspired tales alive for those who prefer the tone of modern fantasy novels.

The Case for Jo Laurence: An Analysis of the Relationships in “Little Women”

10 reasons why Jo March and ‘Laurie’ Laurence should have ended up together in “Little Women.”