Out of all the books, movies, whatever, to you, which fictional character best depicts yourself?
Who? What? Why?
That's a really tough question for me to answer...because I relate to hundreds of characters to some degree and to none of them to the nth degree.
But let me try. Must. Squeeze. Brain.
Hm. Guess not. Sorry. Guess I've become too much myself. I really do identify with a whole ton of fictional folks , but none so closely that I can honestly say, "That's me!"
Hmm... a very good question. I guess I would have to say either Ghostrider or perhaps a transformer Autobot known as DRIFT. hehe... so there you go.
I'd have to think, there are so many i admire, but I see them as fictional. It never occurred to me that this character fits me, or that fits. Character are for what they are on paper and in film
I don't think there's just only one character, rather bits and pieces from all the other ones. What do you think? There is no such thing as a strong binary relationship. You merely project the qualities, superpowers, ideals, etc. of a character on yourself.
The HULK, coz I turn green when I am angry.
Just kidding, Barney Stinson(HIMYM), coz I am awesome, funny, unpredictable and come up up with a lot of new stuff.
Too many, really. Pierre in War & Peace or Levin in Anna Karenina. The persona Edward Thomas depicts in his poetry - be it himself or otherwise. All men, hmm. I clearly need to think about this more.
Here is a question just for fun,
yet my answer will be one
that carries aspects that are true,
the author's name begins with U.
And though to say it makes me squawk,
the character is Sparrowhawk.
And while his acts I cannot claim,
points in our lives seem much the same.
In case you'd like to take a look,
this is the title of the book:
Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula le Guin.
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I think I would pick Roger Rabbit!!
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