character type

character type

n
(Psychology) psychol a cluster of personality traits commonly occurring together in an individual
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There's an air of over-familiarity about the character type, but Stott manages to breathe convincing life into the role to give Chappel a three dimensional feel.
He begins with an examination of the influence of Shakespeare on the German literature of the period, then elucidates the intrusion of theater, the position of Meissen porcelain as the arbitrator of things classical, the complex relationship between poison and praise inspired by Hamlet, Shakespeare's influence on the work of the architect Bellotto in Dresden, the Bard's use of the naive spectator versus Schiller's use of the same character type, and finally, a prime example of a Shakespearean-inspired failure, Kleist's Broken Jug.
While typical of the artist's more familiar recurring subjects, this character type and the way it was rendered here steers dangerously close to mere recapitulations of Sean Landers's well-known portraits of lone sailor clowns.
Help them crawl down the path to fame by identifying an infant's major attributes, linking this to a character type, than making a video the world can enjoy
On the surface, it would seem that partnerships between associations that are the same character type would work well because there would be less potential for misunderstanding.
Instead, she shifts all her attention to women's rights, and thus Dickens offers his readers a further, and in 1852 a prophetic, insight into a certain character type.
He has a cheeky face and looks like a Walt Disney character type dog.
The book's final chapter considers fabliau-like stories in other continental traditions, especially the German, and concludes with a discussion of Joyce's Leopold Bloom as a character type adapted from the fabliau: the 'cuckold hero' (p.
Also hot-stamping supplies such as silicone rubber and metal dies, bonding film, foils and tapes, and character type.
In terms of this investment is to make cycling trail marking applying a character type "R", together with the implementation of the renovation of the existing road surface portion of the inner located in the district of earthly Kielce, in the municipal area Daleszyce - a rural area.
They also have a massively intricate list of demands from their men - size, shape, character type, hair colour, earning potential, even the type of shoes we wear, for God's sake.
Stories by Alice Walker, Sarah Bird, Stephen Crane, and Louisa May Alcott, among others, are considered in what amounts mainly to a survey of this character type.