Can you name a fictional character from a novel story play or TV show who has had an effect on young people?
Almost any character from fiction has an impact on children. Some of the best examples might be superheroes like Superman and Batman, or heroines like Cinderella and Mulan. Scary characters also have an effect, like Freddie Krueger or Bigfoot.
The Pied Piper of Hamlin gets all of the children to follow him.
Jay Gatsby is a fictional character in the novel The Great Gatsby. The novel was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Tom Sawyer is a fictional character in the novel The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer written by Mark Twain. He is the main character of the classic novel.
Ichabod Crane is a fictional character from the novel The Legends of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. Ichabod is the main character in the book who is a teacher.
Atticus Finch is a fictional character in the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Easy, Jane from the novel/movie Spiderman.
Kunta Kinte (Toby Waller) is a fictional character from the short novel, "Roots: A saga by an American Family" by Alex Haley. The character development was based on a real African slave living in a discriminatory time in America before the Civil War.
A fictional character of the novel The Cather in the Rye (1951; J.D. Salinger).
Become a fictional character in a J.K. Rowling novel.
Jane Eyre is a fictional character in an 1847 novel.
By being a fictional character in a popular novel by Bram Stoker
The 1994 movie Forrest Gump was based on the novel of the same name by Winston Groom.
Count of Monte Cristo is a fictional character in the novel by Alexandre Dumas. It begins with the letter c.
Minnesota Fats is a fictional character from the Walter Tevis novel "The Hustler".
A fictional character in a novel by Mary Shelley, about a scientist who created life and was later horrified by what he had created
He is a fictional character in a fantasy novel, so you cannot meet him personally.
Dr. Julius No is a fictional character in the James Bond film and novel Dr. No
Long John Silver is a fictional character in the novel, Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The word is protagonist. It means the leading character in a novel, drama, movie or other fictional text. It can be either male or female.
James Island Presbyterian church graveyard Porgy is a fictional character created by DuBose Heyward in his novel of the same title. None of the people in the book are real.
I think you mean Hannibal Lecter. He is a fictional character in the series of novels by Thomas Harris. The Silence of the Lambs featured Hannibal Lecter and is the novel/movie most people remember him from.
Ransom K. Fern is a fictional character from Kurt Vonnegut Jr's novel "The Sirens of Titan."
VERUCA Veruca Salt is a fictional character from the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the subsequent film adaptations.
I did't read the book, but according to my information that the main character in this novel is Princess Ozma, because glinda is just a fictional character and the protactor of the princess.
No, Percy Jackson is an invented fictional character to entertain the masses: he is the character of a "young adults'/childrens" novel. The real sons of Poseidon were the Cyclopses.
An epic is a long poetic text that typically depicts the heroic or legendary deeds and/or adventures of historical or fictional (generally legendary) figures. A novel is a fictional (or fictitious) prose text of book length, which generally depicts the story of a character(s) or event(s), whether they be historical or fictional.
Any fictional story based on historic events or times. For example, a novel based in London in the early 1900s would include references to dates, events and people who actually existed, while the main character and the actual story is fictional. This could be considered historical fiction.
Joe Castle is a fictional character in John Grisham's baseball novel, Calico Joe.
Robert Neville is a fictional character from the popular novel I Am Legend. The dog's breed is not specified in the book.
the old man in the novel the old man and the sea
The fictional character Cassie Logan in the 1976 novel Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry is 9 years old.
Opal is a fictional character from the novel Because of Winn Dixie by Katie DiCamillo. She is named after her grandmother.
Finny is a fictional character from the novel A Separate Peace by John Knowles. He does not lie because he values his honesty.
Not that I know of. Hannibal Lector was a fictional character from the novel Silence Of The Lambs by Thomas Harris.
Yes, a novel is a fictional narrative and usually in the form of a sequential tale.
A novel is fictional, although it can be based on fact, and it tends to be lengthy so that most people read it in installments. A short novel is called a novella.
Peter Pan is a fictional character originating from a novel in 1902. He never grows up and lives his life in a never-ending childhood on a small island called Neverland.
In literary terms, another word for the main character of a story is the protagonist. By definition, a protagonist is the leading character-or at least one of the main characters-of a movie, novel, drama, or other fictional text.
Victor (he was a scientist not a doctor) Victor Frankenstein is a Swiss fictional character the protagonist of the 1819 novel Frankenstein.
Susie Salmon is not a real person. She is the fictional lead character in the novel the Lovely Bones, and the new movie based on it.
In real life, never, because Gump is a fictional character. In the novel/film, the meeting occurred in about 1970.
Uncle Tom was a fictional character in a novel called Uncle Tom's Cabin. The book was written in 1852 by Harriet Beecher Stowe. In the novel, Tom was a Christian slave who stood up for his beliefs.
What do you mean by "real?" Although the movie (and the novel it was based on) take place amid the backdrop of real historical events, it is a completely fictional story. Forrest Gump is not a real person. He is a fictional character.
No. Are you serious?? It's a character... In a fictional novel. Fiction is made up. Made Eye Moody is made up
Count Dracula is a fictional character in Bram Stoker's horror novel Dracula. It has been inspired by the Wallachian Prince, Vlad III the Impaler.
In the novel The Devil Wears Prada fictional character Miranda Priestly is rumoured to be modeled after which real-life magazine editor?
Ana Wintour (Vogue)
Don Corleone or Vito Andolini Corleone is the "Godfather". He is a fictional character of a novel titled The Godfather written by Mario Puzo.
"Perks the Porter" is a fictional character from the novel, and film adaptation of, "The Railway Children". Roberta, Phyllis, and Peter become friends with him.
Prose A fictional Narrative A Novel
Most people are familiar with the character of Forrest Gump through the 1994 film. However, the character first appeared in a 1986 novel. This novel was later adapted into the movie.
It is a phrase in the Bible, sometimes applied to Christ himself. Rose of Sharon is also- and probably best known as a fictional character in the Steinbeck novel- the Grapes of Wrath.