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Essay | Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Ivan Denisovich, and Siddhartha: A Character Comparison

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Ivan Denisovich, and Siddhartha.
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Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Ivan Denisovich, and Siddhartha: A Character Comparison

Summary: Compares the main characters of Bach, by Jonathan Livingston Seagull, One Day In the Life of Ivan Desinovich, by Alexander Solzhenitsyn and Siddhartha, by Herman Hess. Discusses how each character makes a very different journey to achieve his goals. Examines common traits of each character.
During the summer, it was my duty to read the stories of three very different characters: Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Ivan Denisovich, and Siddhartha. All of these characters went through very different journeys to reach their very different goals. Yet even though their goals and journeys were different, the characteristics in their personalities had to be similar, so they could have reached their goal with amazing strength. This essay will explore the traits that the characters shared and how they used these traits to reach their unique goals.

Independence was a characteristic shared by all of the main characters in the three novels. Seagull was independent because he went off and strived to achieve his goal of perfect fight by himself; there was no one there to guide him. He stuck to his goal, and never gave up. He never had...

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