Pastor Martin Niemoeller (1892-1984). It comes from a longer 'poem' and there are several versions. (It is sometimes wrongly attributed to others).
Everybody in this play is a gossip; they love nothing more than to discuss each others' private lives. Sometimes they are malicious (especially Don John) and sometimes not. There is no character in the play that is the fussy kind of character that the Nurse is in Romeo and Juliet.
No he did not. He attributed his plays to his wife Anne Hathaway and others like his son Hamnet, who died
Johann Wofgang von Goethe German poet, novelist, playwright, scientist and philosopher (1749-1832). James D. Miles, an associate professor of Psychology at Purdue University has received credit quite erroneously!
Most of them. Antonio is the name of a character in Much Ado About Nothing, The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night, The Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Tempest. None of the others have an Antonio.
Some of the programs that can be attributed to DivxPlanet are How I Met Your Mother, Supernatural and Game of Thrones. Others include Hannibal and Da Vinci's Demons.
How the character interacts with others
mean character means being rude to others.
As the supreme deity in the ancient Greek pantheon of gods and goddesses, Zeus was considered above all to personify absolute power. Many other character traits were also attributed to him: honesty, promise-keeping, hospitality (especially as shown towards strangers), royalty, and justice, among others.
a strict character would be loud and rough with others
knowledge is first important then character cause ,if a person have much knowledge then he can build up his character he will never destroy his character cause in the books there is nothing written bad....if he is educated knows how to respect others and if he respect others then in return he will also get respect and even he can get good jobs,where about if the person is not educated but he is respective person even every one will respect him but he can't have good jobs i think knowledge is firstimportant then character.
1. What character says 2. What character does 3. What character thinks 4. What author directly states 5. What others think 6. What others say.